Abnormal Security: Protecting Human Vulnerabilities with Human Behavior AI

Published on
abnormal security podcast em360

The most dangerous cyber attacks today have one thing in common: they target humans rather than systems. Social engineering has been a prevalent tactic for years, with a known $51B in exposed losses over the last decade. Unfortunately, these numbers will continue to rise with the proliferation of AI, and your email inboxes are your most likely target.

Abnormal Security takes a different approach to email security, understanding human behavior to protect human vulnerabilities. By baselining known behavior, the platform can understand when anomalous activity occurs and block attacks—even when these threats are text-based emails with no traditional indicators of compromise.

In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Chris Steffen VP of Research at EMA speaks to Mick Leach, Field CISO at Abnormal Security, to discuss:

  • AI 
  • Social Engineering 
  • Human behavior 
  • Security Culture

Join 34,209 IT professionals who already have a head start

Network with the biggest names in IT and gain instant access to all of our exclusive content for free.

Get Started Now

Meet the panel