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Eyal Benishti 2017 Nov 14 The Most Common Lies of Security Awareness Training Companies We’ve written a lot this past year on employee security awareness training, including how to measure ROI; how it must work in tandem with machine learning technology READ MORE
2017 Jul 11 Devastating Phishing Attacks Dominate First Half of 2017 Last December, we proclaimed 2016 to be the year in which phishing went mainstream. Fast-forward just six months into 2017, and it already appears that READ MORE
Brendon Roddas 2017 May 16 Preventing Another Ransomware Attack: What to Look for When Choosing an Email Security Provider Over the past year, it feels like not a single day goes by without learning of a major cyberattack that originated via a phishing or READ MORE
Eyal Benishti 2017 May 9 The $100M Email Spoofing Attack on Multinational Internet Companies Should Accelerate Adoption of Machine Learning Security Last month, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the arrest of a Lithuanian man for allegedly stealing $100 million from two U.S.-based tech READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2017 Apr 20 Smishing Attacks: A Rising Trend in Cybercrime Last week, a Santander Bank customer in the U.K. received a text message saying her debit card had been compromised. To resolve the issue, the READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2017 Jan 17 All in the Ransomware Family: Biggest Phishing Threats Facing Organizations Ransomware Family. Ransomware has been the most prevalent cyber threat since 2005. However, recent events have proven that the threat is increasing significantly in both READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2016 Dec 15 2016 in Review: The Year Phishing Went Mainstream A decade from now, people may very well look back on 2016 as the year phishing became a mainstream concern. That’s because, in just the READ MORE 2016 Nov 6 Phishing Attack to Blame for Clinton Campaign Email Leaks: More Proof that Human Intelligence Alone Isn’t Enough Earlier this year, John Podesta, the campaign chair for Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for President of the United States, had his personal Gmail account READ MORE Eyal Benishti 2016 Oct 31 Data Breaches: Malpractice 2.0 According to the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA), “medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, doctor or other health care professional, through a negligent READ MORE Brendon Roddas 2016 Aug 23 How Automation can Reduce the Email Phishing Burden from SOC and Security Teams The five ways in which the IRONSCALES platform helps save SOC teams time includes orchestration, intelligence sharing, incident response, mailbox scanning and two-click deployment. READ MORE