From chatbots mimicking humans to voice synthesis and deepfakes that disorient and deceive, learn about AI’s role in Social Engineering.
Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) is a key concept in cybersecurity and threat intelligence. The purpose is to identify patterns of behavior which can be used to defend against specific strategies and threat vectors used by malicious actors.
AI-fueled social engineering tactics are a potent initial infection vector for ransomware as well as a myriad of other cyber threats.
Attackers have been quick to weaponize IPFS, expanding the threat landscape. Here’s what you need to know about recent IPFS phishing attacks.
Discover the anatomy of phishing attacks, from social engineering to BEC, and learn how to defend your organization with the most effective phishing detection tools.
A comprehensive overview of cyber threat intelligence: What it is, how it’s used, the process lifecycle, use cases, and evaluation guidelines.
Threat Advisory: Attackers are using file-sharing services like Smash or WeTransfer to deliver Bumblebee malware disguised as RFPs.
This blog post offers social engineering countermeasures and provides guidance to minimize the risk of falling victim to these attacks.
Spear phishing at scale: A new era of AI fueled attacks where social engineering, social media, AI tools, and micro-targeting converge.
This post shares a few highly effective social engineering examples using micro-targeting techniques based on LinkedIn profile attributes.
From novice hackers to complex cybercriminal networks, see how attackers build detailed profiles of their social engineering attack targets.