The number of email attacks that are exploiting the climate of fear and uncertainty around current events is increasing. And because of the global situation, more people are working from home, which many employees are not used to doing.
This means that, on top of all of the stresses of working from home under these unprecedented conditions, social distancing, and taking care of family, employees must also be vigilant about whether the emails they’re receiving about COVID-19 could actually be email attacks leveraging social engineering tactics to trick us into handing information, money, credentials, or more, to attackers.
In this webinar, we’ll explore how, by approaching BEC as a social engineering problem, companies can leverage breakthroughs in AI and data science to more effectively detect and prevent attacks, restore confidence in email, and free employees to focus on their jobs and family.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
- What kinds of attacks are exploiting COVID-19
- How AI and ML is uniquely suited to detect and stop these attacks
- What tools organizations can leverage which put these AI and ML breakthroughs into practice
Ken Liao is the Vice President of Cybersecurity Strategy at Abnormal Security. With over 13 years of experience in information security, Ken is responsible for bringing Abnormal Security’s solutions to market. His previous roles include Vice President of Marketing at JASK and Vice President of Product Marketing at Malwarebytes, where he drove the enterprise go-to-market strategy. He also spent nearly eight years leading product marketing efforts at Proofpoint through its IPO and has had extensive experience working on security solutions in the field as a solutions architect with some of the world’s largest organizations. Ken holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.