Cybercriminals

Cybercriminals are Using Gen AI to Scale Their Email Attacks

March 29, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Cybercriminals can now subscribe to black-hat AI as easily as Netflix. 

Armand here again reporting for Tech Essentials. This week, I’m writing to you from…my mom’s basement. This is so that I can try and get in the mindset of a cybercriminal trying to leverage AI to perpetrate a sophisticated email scam.

Cybercriminals Posing as Lenders & Escrow Agents for Payment Fraud

March 21, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

There’s a lot of posing going on when it comes to cybercrime.

If you’ve spent this past workweek furiously trying to figure where I’d wind up for this installment of Tech Essentials (and hopefully win your office betting pool), you can now put your pencils down because I’ve arrived in Pisa, Italy.

The Rise of Email Phishing Scams Using Generative AI

March 07, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Unfortunately, cybercriminals using generative AI are going to change the game of email phishing scams.

Greetings from Lagos, Nigeria! I’m here to meet up with a very wealthy prince who is generously willing to share in his vast fortune with me if I can just “do the needful” and give him some innocuous information about myself.

Win the Lukewarm War Against the Eavesdroppers Who May be Peering into Your Sensitive Emails

March 01, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

In today’s cybercrime vs cybersecurity theater, there is an element of cat and mouse going on. Now you can be the Cat! 

Armand here again—this time from Langley, VA, home of the US Central Intelligence Agency. Why am I hanging out near the HQ of the world’s foremost spy organization? To make a point about how cybercrime vs cybersecurity is very much a cat and mouse, spy vs. spy affair.

How Cybercriminals Use Lookalike Domain to Fool Finance Chiefs

February 09, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Don’t mis-send $26 million, harness the vibe of this ‘Year of the Dragon’

Armand, here again. As RPost’s product evangelist, I’m thrilled to be here in Hong Kong to kick off the Year of the Dragon in 2024. 
 

Unveiling the Secrets of Email Journey with RMail AI: Tracking Views, Popularity, and Cybersecurity Threats

November 10, 2023 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

We take for granted that some of the privacy tools we use are really just thin, easily-undone, layers of software.

The pandemic lockdown that forced us all to work-from-home was a true shock to the system for most people who hadn’t worked a full day via videoconferencing.

Anomaly Detection in Email Behavior of Employees and Contractors

October 20, 2023 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

It’s worse than we thought when it comes to funding weapons.

A few months ago, we at Tech Essentials unveiled a new AI security technology by RMail that analyzes vast amounts of ever-changing data sets to hunt for cybercriminals in real time; cybercriminals who are actively eavesdropping on email which is a precursor to luring people into paying fake invoices or worse (read more). 

Defend Your Assets with RMail's Advanced AI: Protecting Against Cybercriminals’ Sophisticated Tactics

October 06, 2023 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

The Dark Web’s lobotomized AI is targeting YOU.

AI talk is everywhere, seemingly all blending together. AI, or artificial intelligence is aimed at mimicking the human brain.

How Cybercriminals are Bypassing Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) in Email Accounts

September 15, 2023 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

How Cybercriminals are Foiling Today’s 2FA for Email Accounts.

Dr. Suess created that grey fuzzy-haired creature many years ago, the Grinch, who stole Christmas. While not quite as cute and fuzzy as the Grinch, today’s cybercriminals are posing as a similar sounding nefarious activity, the Glitch.

How To Detect & Prevent Attacks due to Eavesdropping

August 31, 2023 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Wouldn’t you like to know if an email sent to a client is actively being eavesdropped on by cybercriminals?

Consider this when you’re driving to the beach this Labor Day Weekend…I was driving on the freeway the other day ALONE, in my wife’s car, listening to music on the radio.