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B 05 03 22 Using Modern Email Security Webinar
Secure email gateways (SEGs) focus on searching for known bad domains, attachments, and links. But threat actors have changed their tactics—opting to deceive humans instead of technology. It’s time for a modern solution to the email security problem, one that detects and prevents these attacks.
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With the rise of modern attacks such as supply chain compromise, executive impersonation, and account takeover, it's become obvious: the SEG no longer works. Learn what you need for complete defense in depth protection.
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Colonial Pipeline. CNA Financial. Quanta. Even the NBA. Hardly a week goes by without a ransomware story hitting the news, as organizations worldwide are targeted by an attack. But are there more dangerous threats out there?
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Rachel Tobac talked to Abnormal Security's CISO Mike Britton about hacking, social engineering attacks, and how to protect your organization.
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Ransomware has gotten a lot of attention in 2021, primarily due to the disruption attacks have caused to supply chains around the world. From Colonial Pipeline to Quanta, ransomware has made headlines and shows little sign of slowing down.
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Adversaries are increasingly targeting the enterprise email inbox, and security teams need to look further than just spam and phishing attacks.
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Most people believe that the SOC is on the front lines, defending the castles against the forces of darkness. And while that’s true, it’s never quite as heroic as we’d like it to be.
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Ransomware is a major problem, and it’s not going away. To understand it, we must understand why threat actors turn to it—and how it can be stopped. The best way to do that is to chat with the masterminds behind these attacks.
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Legitimate email communications often contain links and attachments, and employees need to click on those links and attachments to do their jobs. Unfortunately, securing the enterprise often means stopping employees from doing so in an effort to stop bad actors from gaining access to systems or stealing money.
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The emergence and evolution of advanced socially-engineered cyber attacks, including business email compromise, supply chain fraud, and ransomware, has organizations rethinking their security strategies and tech stacks.
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Cybersecurity is largely a behavioral concern, as cybercriminals use social engineering to trick people into transferring money, entering their credentials, or providing access to sensitive data.
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For cybercriminals, penetrating a healthcare organization is like striking gold. Provider and payer professionals have access to some of the highest-value data in the world, including patients’ personal details, medical histories, social security numbers, insurance information, and more.
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Email is both a necessary communication medium, and the most vulnerable area for an attack. Year after year, adversaries find success in abusing email to gain a foothold into an organization—deploying malware, leaking valuable data, or stealing millions of dollars.
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CISOs deal with a multitude of threats that can have significant financial and reputational impacts. Of those threats, business email compromise is the #1 attack type, costing businesses almost as much as all other cybersecurity incidents combined.
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Ransomware is a major problem, and it’s not going away. To understand it, we must understand why threat actors turn to it—and how it can be stopped. The best way to do that is to chat with the masterminds behind these attacks.
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Traditional cybersecurity infrastructure can’t stop new and emerging threats, particularly in the email channel, and cybercriminals are constantly changing their methods to stay one step ahead. Hear how Theresa Payton, first female White House CIO, thinks about these attacks.
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While you may be confident in your own email security, the truth is that your security is only as good as the security of your partners and vendors. Discover why vendor email compromise is such an important part of your security strategy.
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