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Double the Power on Phishing Protection

Cyber Criminals don’t care. From holiday seasons, elections, tax-day or our current pandemic COVID-19. They’re ready to exploit people’s vulnerability. Join Microsoft & IRONSCALES on May 27th and learn how our solutions together can defend against the widespread risks of targeted email phishing attacks. Learn about:

• Current phishing trends
• Microsoft’s approach to solving these threats
• Layer of defense from IRONSCALES and how it strengthen Microsoft’s capability to protect your mailbox

Email phishing is their weapon of choice. With over 180 Million Office 365 users, it’s definitely one of the most popular targets for the cybercriminals.

Microsoft offers a basic (EOP) and an advanced layer of protection to its users. This layer of protection safeguards users from malicious attachments and URLS. While this is extremely important, with attackers getting more sophisticated, organizations need an additional layer to shield themselves from more advanced non-signature-based attacks such as BEC and fake login pages.

Attackers are changing tactics just as rapidly as businesses are moving to Office 365. Organizations need to stay a step ahead. Microsoft & IRONSCALES together can help give you and your organization the mailbox security you need.

By combining these two premier security solutions, your mailboxes are guarded from micro-targeted attacks and account takeover. Plus, together, we make it easy for your SOC analysts so that they are not overwhelmed by the burden of identifying and remediating phishing threats.

Join us on May 27th and don’t miss this opportunity to discover how you can stay ahead of the cyber attackers!
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  • Double the Power on Phishing Protection Recorded: May 27 2020 35 mins
    IRONSCALES & Microsoft
    Cyber Criminals don’t care. From holiday seasons, elections, tax-day or our current pandemic COVID-19. They’re ready to exploit people’s vulnerability. Join Microsoft & IRONSCALES on May 27th and learn how our solutions together can defend against the widespread risks of targeted email phishing attacks. Learn about:

    • Current phishing trends
    • Microsoft’s approach to solving these threats
    • Layer of defense from IRONSCALES and how it strengthen Microsoft’s capability to protect your mailbox

    Email phishing is their weapon of choice. With over 180 Million Office 365 users, it’s definitely one of the most popular targets for the cybercriminals.

    Microsoft offers a basic (EOP) and an advanced layer of protection to its users. This layer of protection safeguards users from malicious attachments and URLS. While this is extremely important, with attackers getting more sophisticated, organizations need an additional layer to shield themselves from more advanced non-signature-based attacks such as BEC and fake login pages.

    Attackers are changing tactics just as rapidly as businesses are moving to Office 365. Organizations need to stay a step ahead. Microsoft & IRONSCALES together can help give you and your organization the mailbox security you need.

    By combining these two premier security solutions, your mailboxes are guarded from micro-targeted attacks and account takeover. Plus, together, we make it easy for your SOC analysts so that they are not overwhelmed by the burden of identifying and remediating phishing threats.

    Join us on May 27th and don’t miss this opportunity to discover how you can stay ahead of the cyber attackers!
  • Getting Inside the Mind of a Cybercriminal: Phishing Recorded: May 21 2020 45 mins
    IRONSCALES, DataSec, BreadCrumb Security
    In today’s world, businesses have employees working primarily from home, or remotely via teleconference. This further emphasizes the importance of securing your company’s infrastructure and email.

    Cybercriminals love this – they know people are vulnerable and distracted. They are getting creative and coming up with extremely targeted phishing attacks – all they need is ‘one-click’ to call it a success.

    When employees are working remotely, especially in today’s quarantine situation, they’re balancing a lot of different things. It’s an easy honest mistake for them to act on a malicious email. And there--we have a compromised situation.

    You may think that your secure email gateway (SEGs) or in-built security from mailbox provider will block such malicious threats – however that’s not happening. Don't believe us? Hear from a cybersecurity veteran, Brian Horton - CEO of Breadcrumb Cybersecurity about new techniques that enables the cybercriminals to bypass traditional gates.

    Join the webinar and learn:

    • How to protect your remote workforce
    • What techniques bad actors use to bypass traditional security measures
    • What new attacks are being used by bad actors to take advantage of the pandemic
    • What can you quickly do to protect your Office 365/G-Suite users who are working remotely
    • How automation & collaboration tools can enable your SOC team to respond to incidents faster, giving them time savings so that they can focus on other projects
  • Flattening the Cyber Risk Curve in the Work From Home Age Recorded: May 20 2020 62 mins
    Moderated by Dr. Neil Daswani, Co-Director, Stanford Advanced Computer Security Program and former-CISO of LifeLock
    In a world that has changed forever in the span of a few months, organizations have been forced into a digital transformation, whether or not they were ready for it. How will organizations manage their businesses and cyber risk in the current climate? More importantly, when this emergency has passed, will organizations make the right decisions when embracing “the new normal”, or fight it and try to go back to the way things used to be?

    MODERATOR:
    Dr. Neil Daswani, Co-Director, Stanford Advanced Computer Security Program and former-CISO of LifeLock

    PANELISTS:
    - Nimesh Mehta, CIO of National Life Insurance
    - Ruben Vega, Director of IT Infrastructure at Unified Women’s Healthcare
    - Jason Lish, CISO at Advisor Group

    Sponsored by: SecureAuth, Ironscales and Entreda
  • Prevent, Detect & Respond – Modern Defenses for Tomorrow’s Attacks Recorded: May 13 2020 31 mins
    IRONSCALES, Check Point, DirSec
    Although it’s been around for years, phishing is still one of the most common and effective online scams – and it just continues to grow. Bad actors use various tricks to get your information compromised.

    From malicious links, attachments, fake login pages, BEC/impersonation attempts, and, the list continues to grow.

    Bad actors are continuously looking for the next new creative way to exploit people and you can see that clearly now during our current pandemic.

    To protect your organization from a potential breach due to these increased phishing threats, you need a modern toolbox. In this webinar, IRONSCALES, Check Point & DirSec are coming together to discuss how organizations can safeguard themselves from creative and targeted attacks.

    Join us on May 13th at 2pm EST to see how you can strengthen your security posture.

    Join this webinar & discover,
    • What new techniques bad actors are using to bypass traditional security measures
    • How does sandboxing help – what it catches and what it does not
    • How to protect against fake login pages or impersonation attempts
    • What can you quickly do to protect your Office 365/G-Suite users who are working remotely
  • Email Security: Toward the Third Stage of Defense Recorded: Apr 2 2020 39 mins
    Scott Crawford Research Vice President Information Security 451 Research
    In this webinar, 451 Research VP for Information Security Scott Crawford and Ian Baxter, Vice President of Pre-Sales Engineering with IRONSCALES trace the early, first stage of growing maturity in handling email threats, help organizations determine where they are in today’s second stage, and highlight a more recent, third stage emerging to accelerate the effectiveness of email security strategy.
  • One Phish. Two Phish. Red Phish. Blue Phish. Recorded: Mar 31 2020 64 mins
    Elise Manna, Director of Threat Operations at Novacoast and Ian Baxter, Vice President of Pre-Sales Engineering at Ironscales
    This live talk examines the evolution of phishing and the ongoing challenges for security teams managing this #1 threat vector. Elise Manna, Director of Threat Operations at Novacoast and Ian Baxter, Vice President of Pre-Sales Engineering at Ironscales, dissect the true dangers of phishing, provide real-world current use cases and help InfoSec practitioners learn about practical solutions that provide mailbox-level BEC & anomaly detection, and more.
  • Compromise. Hijack. Impersonation. Phishing. Scams. Email Security. Oh my! Recorded: Mar 4 2020 55 mins
    Professor Steven Furnell, University of Plymouth, UK
    Email-based threats can now arrive in many guises, from the basic scam spam, to targeted approaches that involve technology compromise.

    This talk begins by looking at the range of related to which end-users are exposed, with a particular focus upon those linked to social engineering and behavioral manipulation.

    It then proceeds to consider the extent to which technology can provide a safeguard, drawing upon recent research findings focusing upon phishing and scam detection by webmail services.

    The results highlight the significant need for a more holistic approach, and the key role of user awareness and vigilance in preventing exploitation. Suggestions are consequently offered in relation to supporting users so that they don’t fall victim to scams or feel like victims of the attempts to help them.
  • Anatomy of a Hack: Internet Age Criminals Recorded: Jan 28 2020 56 mins
    Kip Boyle, CISO for both technology and financial services companies and a cybersecurity consultant at Stanford Resear
    As an InfoSec practitioner, you’ve chosen to use the light side of the “force”… But there is also a dark side…

    The good news is, some people very successfully use that dark side to further InfoSec practices as ethical hackers.

    Just like Anakin Skywalker tried to use the dark side of the force to keep Padme alive, except without being burned to a crisp or ending up in a suit with a breathing regulator.

    Shhhh, Wooosh… Shhhh, Wooosh… OK, OK - I digress.

    We’ve put together a live webinar on January 28 at 2:00pm EST with Kip Boyle, CISO for both technology and financial services companies and a cybersecurity consultant at Stanford Research Institute.

    Boyle will explore what it’s like behind “Darth Vader’s mask”—and explain how you can turn those nefarious smarts to craft your own IT security defenses amidst the chaos brought about by the latest hackers.

    Over the next couple of emails, we’re going to tell you some of Boyle’s mind-bending stories and show you why you should carve out time in your calendar for this live event.

    Register today to claim your spot!
  • An Arms Race for Cyber Superiority Recorded: Dec 18 2019 56 mins
    Peter Schawacker, Managed Detection & Response, Agio | Ray Hillen, CyberSecurity, Agio | Eric Favetta, Fordham University
    With thousands of successful ransomware attacks perpetrated across the globe every day, holding data for ransom has become a lucrative act for cybercriminals, and a major security concern for organizations… just ask Louisiana’s Office of Motor Vehicles.

    And considering damage related to cyber crime set to hit $6 trillion by 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures, it’s probably a good time to review your incident response program.

    Our panel of three leading cybersecurity experts will engage you in a lively discussion on 12/18 at 2:00pm EST for an in-depth strategy to improve your overall incident response program using real-world cases.

    • Peter Schawacker, CISSP, CISM and CISA, Managing Director, Managed Detection & Response, Agio
    • Ray Hillen, Managing Director of CyberSecurity, Agio
    • Eric Favetta, Fordham University

    This live broadcast is guaranteed to give you a fresh perspective on how you can improve your program around incident response because you never know who’s lurking on the other end of your keyboard.

    Let’s do this on Wednesday, December 18 at 2:00pm EST.

    Morgan, S. 2019. Cybercrime Damages $6 Trillion By 2021.Cybercrime magazine. November 21, 2019. https://cybersecurityventures.com/hackerpocalypse-cybercrime-report-2016/
  • Your Email Security is Ineffective and Getting Worse Recorded: Nov 5 2019 38 mins
    Derek E. Brink, CISSP, VP and Research Fellow at Aberdeen Group and Ian Baxter, Director of Engineering at IRONSCALES
    Cybersecurity isn’t fair.

    It’s generally understood that in their ongoing battles, highly focused and financially motivated attackers need to be successful only once, but enterprise defenders need to be successful every time.

    In email security, it’s even worse than that.

    Derek Brink, VP and Research Fellow at Aberdeen Group and Ian Baxter, Director of Engineering at IRONSCALES, analyze empirical data from leading email security solution provider, IRONSCALES, which illustrates the incredible leverage currently enjoyed by attackers.

    Tune in to this illuminating presentation on the email security landscape and see how you're systems compare.
  • Norman Marks: How to Avoid this Four-Letter Word Recorded: Oct 22 2019 61 mins
    Norman Marks, CPA, CRMA, OCEG Fellow, Author, Thought Leader, Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Risk Management
    Risk.

    The meaning of this four-letter word is extensive.

    And means something different to different IT Security practitioners.

    But there’s one common thread: taking a business-first approach to technology risk. If this is something you’re struggling with, grab a seat for our live webinar on October 22 at 2:00pm EDT with renowned GRC expert, author and though leader, Norman Marks leading the discussion.

    You might not be able to avoid using this four-letter word, but IT risk must be an ongoing business conversation.

    Are you in?
  • The Seven Essentials of a Modern Email Security Platform Recorded: Sep 18 2019 41 mins
    Ian Baxter, Director of Engineering, IRONSCALES
    Did you know that with the right machine learning and AI models built into a human-centric platform, your organization can now reduce the time from phishing attack detection to response from days to just seconds?

    While most businesses continue to rely on static secure email gateways (SEGs) or the baked-in security of email service providers, the evolution of the email threat landscape, the high-rate of micro-targeted attacks and the speed at which threat intelligence must be consumed, have significantly reduced the effectiveness of both types of solutions.

    Ian Baxter, DIrector of Engineering at an Israeli cybersecurity firm, IRONSCALES, will dive into the specifics of advanced threat protection that uniquely combines human intelligence with machine learning and AI to automatically prevent, detect and respond to advanced email threats and predict future attacks.
  • CISOs @ 2019 Black Hat Weigh In On What Trust Means Recorded: Aug 19 2019 3 mins
    David Spark, Producer and Co-host of the CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Series and owner of Spark Media Solutions
    David Spark, tech journalist, interviews CISOs at the world's leading information security event, Black Hat about what trust means to them.

    Watch this intriguing video sponsored by IRONSCALES and see who lines up with your thinking around trust.

    Who do you trust?
  • The Evolution of Email Security Video Series, Part 1 Recorded: Aug 16 2019 3 mins
    Eyal Benishti, CEO, IRONSCALES
    Israeli cybersecurity firm, IRONSCALES, takes a rare retrospective look into how the most common communication tool evolved since Invented by Ray Tomlinson in the 1960s.
The Power of Now
IRONSCALES is the future of phishing protection, incubated inside the world’s top venture program for cybersecurity and founded by alumni of the Israel Defense Forces’ elite Intelligence Technology unit. We offer security professionals and end users an AI-driven, self-learning email security platform that provides a comprehensive solution to stop tomorrow’s phishing attacks today.

Using the world’s most decentralized threat protection network, our platform accelerates the prevention, detection and remediation of phishing attacks already inside your email with threat removal times in seconds, not minutes or hours. We give organizations of all sizes complete anti-phishing protection against any type of phishing attack, right now. Visit www.ironscales.com to learn more about The Power of Now.

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