How phishing has become phatal
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In July, Apple’s twitter account was hacked. Scammers used the account to pledge a fake promise to the world, promising to double the value of any Bitcoin that was sent to a fraudulent address. With the accounts of Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Barack Obama all similarly compromised by the same criminals, it proved a lucrative day for the hackers - but a bad day for Twitter’s security.
So the question remains – if even Twitter isn’t secure, how can your organization be?
Today, more than 90% of exploits start with an email, and your existing, traditional defenses are failing to protect your employees from sophisticated phishing attacks that appear more legitimate than ever before.
Join Dan Fein and Mariana Pereira, experts in email security at Darktrace as they discuss with Tim Phillips three ways in which phishing has become more sophisticated and harder to spot.
We’ll be covering :-
- Advanced spoofing and impersonation
- The domain game
- Unleashing offensive AI - and why we need defensive AI to fight back
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