Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at Abnormal. Thanks to the great team there for their support!
AI and cybersecurity are colliding now more than ever.
The positive power of AI is apparent with increased efficiency, cost savings, and more. Unfortunately, the same is true when those benefits get into the wrong hands.
Abnormal, OpenAI, CrowdStrike and others have produced a series of webinars which unpack how attackers are using generative AI for bad, detail how to use good AI to defend your organization, and share best practices.
The webinars include:
- “Facing Your Fears: A Live Demo on How Attackers Can Use Generative AI” – See what generative AI means for your organization and how hackers weaponize it to launch attacks, with former hacker Kevin Poulson, threat researcher Ronnie Tokazowski, and Abnormal Security CISO Mike Britton.
- “Fighting AI with AI: A CISO Panel on Security Best Practices” – Hear from CISOs on how they’re securing their organizations against the threat of generative AI, with Patrick Hellmann, CISO of Arrow Electronics, and GuidePoint CISO Gary Brickhouse.
- “Securing the Future with AI: A Discussion Among Leading AI Experts” – Learn what’s coming next in artificial intelligence and how you can use good AI to combat bad AI, with speakers including OpenAI’s Zack Kass, and Abnormal Security CEO Evan Reiser.
About Abnormal Security
Abnormal Security provides the leading behavioral AI-based email security platform that leverages machine learning to stop sophisticated inbound email attacks and dangerous email platform attacks that evade traditional solutions.
The anomaly detection engine leverages identity and context to analyze the risk of every cloud email event, preventing inbound email attacks, detecting compromised accounts, and remediating emails and messages in milliseconds— all while providing visibility into configuration drifts across your environment.
You can deploy Abnormal in minutes with an API integration for Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace and experience the full value of the platform instantly, with additional protection available for Slack, Teams, and Zoom.
If you’re interested in sponsoring my site for a week, and reaching an IT-savvy audience that cares about cybersecurity, you can find more information here.