Cyber AI for the Inbox

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Email is the primary connective tissue for the majority of businesses. Nearly 300 billion emails are sent every day, many of them containing private information, confidential plans, and financial transactions.

Considering this overwhelming reliance on email, it is a worrying fact that 94% of all cyber-attacks still originate in the inbox.

In this era of sophisticated threats, it is critical for organizations to embrace new technologies which can adapt to attackers’ tactics and techniques, and autonomously defend their email environment.

Learning outcomes:

  • Discover the key threat trends identified in the email landscape over the past year, and the limitations of legacy email security tools in defending against those threats.
  • Learn how cyber-criminals have exploited global uncertainty around the pandemic to leverage ‘fearware’ tactics, as well as targeting the weakest links in supply chains to launch mass-scale fraud campaigns across multiple organizations.
  • Understand why a self-learning approach to email security has become critical in the face of increasingly advanced and fast-changing threats.

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