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Neha Verma 2020 Jan 23 Partnership Spotlight: Pax8 IRONSCALES helps channel partner Pax8 reduce phishing attack remediation time and minimize human intervention for small-and-midsized customers. READ MORE
Ian Baxter 2020 Jan 13 Why people struggle to identify visual similarities in phishing websites As a result of inattentional blindness, internet users are falling prey to phishing websites that use visual similarity clues to lure victims. READ MORE
Eyal Benishti 2019 Dec 30 What’s Next for Email Security and Anti-Phishing in the Year Ahead Email security and anti-phishing trends for 2020 include looking beyond built-in email security, predictions for the channel, and larger AI adoption. READ MORE
Eyal Benishti 2019 Dec 17 The Industrial Revolution of Cybersecurity is AI [PODCAST] Eyal Benishti, founder and CEO of IRONSCALES, discusses the future of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity on The Peggy Smedley Show. READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2019 Dec 3 With Email Security, CISOs Must Have a Unified Mindset With today’s attacks, CISOs must cultivate a unified mindset on email security that integrates prediction, prevention, detection, and incident response as well as decentralization READ MORE 2019 Nov 18 Does Email Security Really Matter? How to Answer This Question Derek Brink, research fellow at Aberdeen Group, concludes his guest post series on the importance of effective email security. READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2019 Nov 8 Using AI to Fight Phishing Attacks [Podcast] Eyal Benishti and Peggy Smedley discuss the role of ethics in AI and how the technology is used to mitigate phishing attacks. READ MORE 2019 Oct 31 Email Security Isn’t Fair Research firm Aberdeen Group argues that in order to face the obstacles of today’s phishing attacks, email security must be a blend of advanced technologies and human intelligence. READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2019 Oct 25 YARA, YARA, YARA: Why Manual Rules Don’t Cut it as Incident Response Manual incident response methods like YARA rules can’t keep up with today’s advanced phishing attacks. READ MORE