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The Human Hacking Report
Hackers are launching more sophisticated attacks, because personal targeting, automation, and the availability of free legitimate domains have increased the speed and success of their attacks.
- SlashNext Threat Labs’ key data findings on the phishing threat landscape in 2021
- Why human hacking has moved to unprotected communications channels like SMS/text, web, social, gaming, collaboration, and search apps
- How security leaders can take proactive measures to improve their security posture
- How the future of anti-phishing lies in stopping human hacking with AI and machine learning
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