AI in cybersecurity offers advanced protection for organizations against cyber threats, but also poses unique challenges and misuse by bad actors.
The quality and quantity of browser-based phishing attacks have escalated dramatically over the past year, posing a significant threat to online security.
The escalating threat of ransomware attacks has compelled organizations to rethink their cyber- security strategies. According to the State of Segmentation 2023 report by Akamai, ransom- ware attacks have doubled in the past two years, with an average increase from 43 to 86 attacks per country among surveyed organizations. This rise in attacks highlights the need for robust security measures, notably the implementation of zero trust.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) systems have long been a mainstay of cybersecurity strategy, providing invaluable detection, response, and threat-hunting capabilities. However, as more work moves online and the web browser emerges as a new battleground for cybersecurity, the limitations of EDR solutions are becoming apparent.
This whitepaper aims to provide a comprehensive approach to closing the human error gap in cybersecurity, focusing on both cybersecurity awareness training and proactive security measures that minimize the need for users to be cyber smart.
Your ultimate guide to browser security challenges and how to mitigate them to protect your organization from cyber risks.