Comparing Different AI Approaches to Email Security
Get to know the difference between “supervised” and “unsupervised” machine learning.
Innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) have fundamentally changed the email security landscape in recent years, but it can often be hard to determine what makes one system different than the next. In reality, under that umbrella term significant differences exist in approaches that may determine whether the technology provides genuine protection or simply a perceived notion of defense. [READ MORE]
Since I “missed” the invitation Mr. Morris sent for the “Trade Mission” to Estonia, he kindly sent another one for Argentina… should I go? Maybe I’ll wait for the one to Paris or London #phishingalert #phishingscam
Got this one today… watch out and read very carefully – subject line says Shoppers (I have a Shoppers rewards card) but the email body says Walgreens (huh?!) #phishingalert
Is this really a phishing email? It’s hard to say because I did have a Yahoo! account during that period (dummy account for testing) but there is no way I’d click on anything with the word Yahoo! in it… just beware and be careful! #phishingalert
I was reading about threat actors (bad guys who carry on cyber attacks) and the phrase “institutional knowledge” really popped… this relates to attacks done by insiders and very few people pay attention to them, even care about mitigating this very serious risk.
Anybody with an extensive knowledge of how your business works does not need much sophistication or super hacking skills Hollywood-style (most b.s. BTW), only needs to know enough like when Karen from Accounting leaves for a coffee break and forgets to lock her computer screen or if Bill from Sales has been sick for a week and left his password on a sticky note as he always does.
Food for thought…