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The Human Hacking Report
Hackers are launching more sophisticated attacks, because personal targeting, automation, and the availability of free legitimate domains have increased the speed and success of their attacks.
- SlashNext Threat Labs’ key data findings on the phishing threat landscape in 2021
- Why human hacking has moved to unprotected communications channels like SMS/text, web, social, gaming, collaboration, and search apps
- How security leaders can take proactive measures to improve their security posture
- How the future of anti-phishing lies in stopping human hacking with AI and machine learning
SlashNext Launches Industry’s First Generative AI Solution for Email Security
The industry’s first artificial intelligence solution that uses generative AI to defend against a…
SlashNext Email Protection for Microsoft 365
Five Minutes to Complete Email Protection. Stop 65% more credential stealing, BEC, spear-phishing…
Human Vulnerabilities in the Multi-Channel Workforce
Abstract: Technology has moved completely to the cloud, apps and browsers to enable a modern remo…
Customer Story | Unisys
Jon Sowell from the Security Operations Group at Unisys Corporation talks about automating abuse…
Customer Case Study: C&S Companies
Eric Quinn, CIO at C&S Companies, a national planning, design, and construction firm talks ab…
Customer Case Study: Stratejm
Jon Menezes, President and CEO at Stratejm, a North American, Security-as-a-Service and Managed D…
Webinar: Killer Apps for Cortex XSOAR
Get familiar with SlashNext’s award-winning killer applications designed specifically for XSOAR t…
SlashNext Complete Defense-as-a-Service Video
See SlashNext in Action: This 4-minute video demonstration shows how SlashNext Complete Defense-a…
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