AI In Email Security – A Tale of Two Sides – Dr. Kiri Addison – BSW #297
Natural language processing AI will be at the forefront in 2023, as it will enable organizations to better understand their customers and employees by analyzing their emails and providing insights about their needs, preferences or even emotions. As AI voice cloning technology becomes more powerful and readily available, we will see an increase in impersonation attacks that utilize audio deepfakes. Join Dr. Kiri Addison, Threat Detection and Efficacy Product Manager, Mimecast to discuss how you can prepare and protect your organization from these types of business email compromises with the right cybersecurity products that can effectively protect them against attacks like these. This segment is sponsored by Mimecast. Visit https://securityweekly.com/mimecast to learn more about them!
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Dr. Kiri Addison is a Threat Detection and Efficacy Product Manager at cybersecurity specialist company, Mimecast. She works closely with engineers, threat researchers and data scientists on Mimecast’s security products to adapt them to defend against new and evolving threats.
Previously, she was Head of Data Science for Threat Intelligence and one of her current areas of focus in her role as a product manager was to develop innovative products that utilize AI/ML. Kiri also worked in the public sector where she was responsible for creating systems to detect and prevent cyber-attacks and fraud. Her academic background includes a PhD in Physical Chemistry, a Master’s degree in Physics & Astrophysics and an MBA.