Some phishing emails use something called zero font — text hidden in an email by various means. But what exactly is this technique, and why do attackers use it? Join INKY experts as we share phishing emails caught in the wild and explain both the why and how of hidden text and zero font.
Are you confident that your users can successfully identify and thwart a phishing attempt? To ensure business continuity in an already complex digital work environment, join INKY experts to dive into the expert traps cybercriminals are perpetuating currently. Learn how to empower your end-users to identify and stop cyber criminal’s advanced attacks that often bypass legacy email security tools. Recent research shows that 70.8% of organizations have less than 1 security staff member to every 100, with 49% of those reporting 1 security team member to 500 staff members.* That leaves security staff stretched thin to combat phishing attempts aimed at (mostly) innocent employee actions.
Join this webinar to:
- Gain an understanding of tactics cybercriminals are using to trick and lure innocent users, including malicious links, attachment clicking, embedded code
- Learn how to implement a comprehensive security program that leverages machine learning to drive better user behaviors in end users
- Leverage INKY’s proprietary Computer Vision to to identify and stop phishing attempts with one look
Every so often we at INKY come across a scam email that genuinely impresses us with its injurious ingenuity. One such message arrived in one of our customers’ inboxes in July 2019. In this Phish Friday, we’ll dissect this email to understand how it works and look at the countermeasures to catch scams that use these CSS tricks.
Dave Baggett, CEO, INKY and Karim Hijazi, CEO, Prevailion and Moderated by Ron Gula, President of Gula Tech Adventures
In the wake of the pandemic sweeping the globe, cyber attackers are evolving and increasing their attacks against a newly remote workforce. These criminals are looking for a way into organizations by preying on teams already stretched thin and unsuspecting employees accustomed to the protection of their organization’s security infrastructure.
Join INKY Founder and CEO, Dave Baggett, and Founder and CEO, Karim Hijazi, Prevailion as they explore today’s threats and tips to strengthen your security today.
Dave Baggett, CEO and Co-founder, Bukar Alibe, Data Analyst
Join us every month as email security experts discuss hot topics in phishing scams and tactics and preventative measures to avoid them.
The cyber landscape has rapidly changed this past week, criminals are taking advantage of the shift to your employees working remotely. Please join and listen in as INKY experts discuss the latest phishing attacks in the wake of COVID-19, and what you need to do now to adapt.
Is your instance of Microsoft Office 365 letting phishing threats in? Even after training your staff, are phishing attacks still slipping through?
Today’s sophisticated phishing attacks are evolving in ways that evades Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP). Meet INKY and learn how she is helping organizations of all sizes solve for all types of attacks, including Z-WASP Attacks, ZeroFont Attacks, Hidden Microsoft attacks, Zero Day Attacks, and more.
Join this webinar to learn how with INKY’s Phish Fence you can:
Leverage machine learning, artificial intelligence, and computer vision to self-adapt to new and evolving threats
Fully integrate into your existing Office 365 email deployment
Empower your users to make informed decisions quickly and intuitively to prevent the invisible from getting through
We started INKY because we believe in email and wanted to protect it. INKY is changing the industry with mail protection powered by unique computer vision, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. At INKY we set out to give organizations the ability to “see” each email much like a human does, to block phishing attacks that get through every other system.