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Phishing links are getting past existing protections and clicked. How do you prevent these attacks? In this segment, Chris Cleveland, CEO at Pixm, will demonstrate how computer vision protection in the browser stops these attacks in real time and how you can know your own gaps.
Threat Report: https://pixm.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Pixm-Q4-2020-Threat-Report.pdf
This segment is sponsored by Pixm.
Stopping Phishing Breaches at the Point of Click
Chris Cleveland – CEO at Pixm
Chris is the Founder and CEO of Pixm, a company that makes AI software to stop phishing breaches and make the web more trustworthy. He started Pixm while a graduate student at Columbia studying machine learning, after he won a pitch contest and a ticket to Blackhat. He started his career getting his thesis published and working in Princeton’s physics department, where he earned his bachelors. He likes travel, audiobooks, and movie soundtracks.
Adrian Sanabria – Senior Research Engineer at CyberRisk Alliance
Adrian is an outspoken researcher that doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable truths. He loves to write about the security industry, tell stories, and still sees the glass as half full.
Matt Alderman – Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance
Strategic Advisor at Automox, security consultant, and wizard of entrepreneurship.
Tyler Shields – CMO at JupiterOne
Tyler advises, guides, and operates high tech startups primarily in the B2B security space. He is a former market analyst, engineer, product manager, marketing leader, and partnership manager. In other words, Tyler builds and grows businesses – in all aspects. He’s a board advisor, angel investor, and board member at multiple firms and an investment advisor for a venture debt business. He loves to play guitar and poker in his free time.
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