IRONSCALES Blog

Eyal Benishti
by Eyal Benishti
on November 08, 2022

For good and bad, AI is now more accessible and used for things from writing articles to identifying phishing threats. For anti-phishing, AI accessibility is beneficial for building better cyber ...

by Product Management Team
on November 03, 2022

With the v59.00.00 release of IRONSCALES, we are pleased to announce the following product improvements and new features:

David Vuijsje
by David Vuijsje
on October 27, 2022

It may be wrong to admit, but I love a good con. It is the art of deception that fascinates me the most. Watching a con artist at work is enthralling and fills me with a mix of surprise at their ...

Eyal Benishti
by Eyal Benishti
on October 19, 2022

Defense in depth is a common practice in both the physical and the cyber security realms. We create multiple layers to complement each other; each layer assumes its predecessor failed.

Eyal Benishti
by Eyal Benishti
on October 12, 2022

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) vs. Human Intelligence (HI) debate has been discussed a lot in the past few years. There is no doubt that AI can outperform humans in specific areas and even beat the ...

Themis
by Themis
on October 11, 2022

The 2022 Uber Breach: Social Engineering and the Lapsus$ Gang A cyber-attack on ride-hailing company Uber made global media headlines in September 2022 when a threat actor infiltrated the company’s ...

by Product Management Team
on October 06, 2022

With the v58.00.00 release of IRONSCALES, we are pleased to announce the following product improvements and new features.

Jeff Rezabek
by Jeff Rezabek
on September 23, 2022

Cybersecurity Awareness month is right around the corner. As such, you may be assessing your business’s risk profile to identify weaknesses and targets. With phishing attacks being a leading cause of ...

by Product Management Team
on September 22, 2022

With the v57.00.00 release of IRONSCALES, we are pleased to announce the following product improvements and new features.

Tyler Swinehart
by Tyler Swinehart
on September 20, 2022

URL Rewriting, a service used to sandbox and defang malicious URLs by sending users to a portal that displays the URL in the sandboxed environment, has many well-known weaknesses and a few that may ...

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