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The latest wave of pandemic phishing emails is more sophisticated than ever. Bad actors have recently been capitalizing on Americans’ hope for Coronavirus financial assistance by impersonating the U.S. federal government in two separate phishing emails. Learn more about it in this report that hones in on this type of phishing attack.Download
2020 has proven to be a year of unforeseen chaos, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sadly, cyber-criminals have exploited the situation. On March 20, 2020, shortly after the beginning of the pandemic in the U.S., the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued this Public Service Announcement warning Americans about the rise in phishing emails and attempted fraud. Since then, the numbers have continued to climb. This guide provides some security strategies to prevent and recover from email fraud.Download
Corporate email servers often trust email coming from universities. This circumstance has enticed evil hackers to take over badly guarded university email accounts and use them against corporate targets. Learn more in this report about these types of attacks.Download
There are few things quite so abominable as using people’s fear of a global pandemic to deceive and steal from them. COVID-19 scam emails — “Coronaphish” — have spread as rapidly as the virus itself. In this report we’ll examine some Coronaphish INKY caught in March 2020.Download
The global pandemic has created an incredible surge in COVID-19 related phishing scams through email campaigns around the world. This latest report reveals the intricate directives of Russian attackers impersonating Trump, using HTML code from the real White House website in a convincing phishing email attack.Download
Scammers have been sending malicious attachments for decades. These are files delivered alongside an email that do something bad when opened, and most mail protection systems have multiple countermeasures against them. Recently, however, we’ve seen a new trend: malicious fake attachments.Download
Dave Baggett, CEO & Founder, INKY Technology The RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest brings out cybersecurity’s boldest new innovators who have made it their mission to minimize risk. Come witness the Top 10 finalists grab the spotlight for a three-minute pitch while demonstrating groundbreaking security technologies to the broader RSA Conference community. Since the start of the contest, the top 10 finalists have collectively seen 48 acquisitions and received $5.2 billion in investments.Watch the Video
Scammers steal over $1.5 billion a year by gaining access to your personally identifiable information. Your Email is their primary means of access. How can artificial intelligence keep you safe? INKY appears to have an answer, leveraging the latest in ML to block phishing attacks. In this episode, we interview Dave Baggett, Inky’s Co-Founder and CEO. This episode covers finding product-market fit with an AI product, leveraging multiple ML approaches, building a capable AI team, plus more.Watch the Video
This is a story about solving the biggest cybersecurity challenge today. It’s about $12B of wire fraud and the root cause of just about every high-profile breach since 2013. It’s a tale about vast amounts of email compromised by phishing — and how to effectively protect yourself against it.Watch the Video
While other vendors include banners, emails can get messy when replying, and the banners stick with the email every time an employee responds. INKY is smart enough to keep emails clean by stripping the banner out of outbound email replies.Watch the Video
INKY’s banners offer just-in-time phishing awareness training. Clicking the “Details” link within a banner lists exactly what is wrong with an email. This information educates users to real-world threats in their inboxes. The banner is a more effective learning tool than phishing simulation testing.Watch the Video
INKY’s email security banners incorporates natural language processing (NLP) algorithms to identify sensitive content like wire or invoice payment requests, password-related emails, etc., to annotate these with customer-configurable policy guidelines in the banner.Watch the Video
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