Resilient Security: Tackling AI-Powered Phishing and Consumer Trends – Brian Kenyon, Deepen Desai, Rhett Dillingham – ESW #317
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The increased prevalence of phishing kits sourced from black markets and chatbot AI tools like ChatGPT has seen attackers quickly develop more targeted phishing campaigns. This improved targeting has simplified the process of manipulating users into taking actions that compromise their security credentials, leaving them and their organizations vulnerable.
This segment is sponsored by Zscaler. Visit https://securityweekly.com/zscalerrsac to learn more about them!
As Chief Information Security Officer & VP Security Research, Deepen Desai is responsible for global security research operations and working with product teams to ensure that the Zscaler platform and services are secure. Deepen has been a cybersecurity leader for 15 years, with seven of those years at Dell SonicWALL.
Brian Kenyon drives corporate strategy at Island as its Chief Strategy Officer and one of the company’s founding members. Brian has also held the role of CSO at Symantec and Blue Coat Systems. He built his early career in technical roles for more than a decade at McAfee where he was Chief Technical Strategist, as well as CTO, and served as chief architect at start-up Foundstone.
Brian is the author of Security Battleground: An Executive Field Manual; Security Sage: Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure; and Special Ops: Host and Network Security. He holds a B.A. degree in Finance from Loyola Marymount University.
Rhett leads product management and user experience for Sumo Logic security solutions. With over 20 years of experience building cybersecurity, cloud, and collaboration platforms, he guides the build-out of Sumo Logic’s SaaS analytics platform to delight customers securing and protecting their enterprise against modern threats. Prior to joining Sumo Logic, Rhett held product development leadership roles at Amazon, AMD, JASK, Microsoft, and Rackspace.