Stopping Phishing Attacks & A Fresh Approach to Reducing Cyber Risk – Chris Cleveland, Mehul Revankar – ESW #278
PIXM stops phishing attacks at point of click with computer vision in the browser, protecting users from phishing beyond the mailbox in any application. With the launch of PIXM Mobile, PIXM is now delivering this capability on iPhones as well as desktop devices.
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The rise in disclosed vulnerabilities, the speed they are weaponized, and the cyber talent shortage have left teams struggling to wade through a mountain of vulnerabilities. In this discussion, Mehul will discuss the need for a new way to cut through the noise to focus teams on prioritizing and fixing those critical vulnerabilities that will most reduce risk in each organization's environment. He'll also cover how Qualys is redefining risk and vulnerability management in the latest version of VMDR and share stories of how customers have leveraged this solution to dramatically reduce risk.
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Chris started PIXM after winning a pitch contest in Columbia’s machine learning graduate program. He built PIXM’s initial computer vision AI engine that stopped hundreds of phishing breaches at point of click in the browser. He has raised over five million in venture funding and is now on a mission to seal phishing gaps beyond the inbox with great technology.
Mehul is a cybersecurity professional with over 15 years of experience in Vulnerability Management, Policy Compliance and Security Operations. He leads the product management and engineering functions for VMDR (Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response) at Qualys. Before joining Qualys, Mehul led development of vulnerability and patch management products at SaltStack, and prior to that he led multiple research teams at Tenable.