Stop Generative AI
The future of malicious generative AI is developing rapidly as the rise of AI-powered cybercrime tools like WormGPT and FraudGPT has significant implications for cybersecurity. Learn about the tools and their potential impact on the digital landscape.
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Generative AI attacks have significant implications for cybersecurity
The discovery of WormGPT has created a revolution within the cybercrime landscape. Now, we have BadGPT, EvilGPT, and multiple variants. There is no doubt in the future there will be tools even better than WormGPT.
The progression of AI technologies has introduced a new vector for business email compromise (BEC) attacks. These sophisticated AI models generate human-like text based on the input it receives. Cybercriminals can use such technology to automate the creation of highly convincing fake emails personalized to the recipient, thus increasing the chances of success of the attack.
SlashNext Stops Generative AI Attacks like BEC and Malware
SlashNext advanced BEC protection trains a neural network to detect thousands of BEC attacks by generating variants from current threats using semantical clones.
- Natural Language Processing: Analyzes the message body using classifiers built on deep learning for emotion, intent, and style
- AI Threat Insight: Auto-generated threat insights using deep learning
- Prediction: BEC Generative AI creates future BEC variances for parallel prediction and training
- Context: Email relationship and contextual analysis using a custom graph database
The Only Generative AI Available to Stop BEC Attacks
- The only cybersecurity company that uses Generative AI to stop zero-hour BEC threats.
- Stops over 20 classifications of BEC attacks, including
Executive Impersonation, Invoice/Payment Fraud, Fund Transfer Scams, Assistance Scams, Investment Scams, Job Scams, Payroll Theft, and Gift Card Scams
- Fast return on investment and time to value.
Engineering Firm Closes Messaging Security Gaps Outside Email
Eric Quinn, CIO at C&S Companies, a national planning, design and construction firm talks about zero-hour threats, spear phishing, and multi-channel phishing attacks getting through to users.
“Hackers are getting better at this every day, so we have to get better as well. We can continue to educate, but the statistics, still show that even the best educated companies out there still have about a 4% failure rate of people clicking on stuff.”
SlashNext Delivers Best in Class Results on Day One
Greater spear phishing detection vs. top security vendors
Faster average detection time vs. security vendors listed on VirusTotal
Cloud and on-device detection rate with 1 in 1 million false positives
threats detected daily
WormGPT – The Generative AI Tool Cybercriminals Are Using to Launch Business Email Compromise Attacks
In this blog post, we delve into the emerging use of generative AI, including OpenAI’s ChatGPT, and the cybercrime tool WormGPT.
AI-Based Cybercrime Tools WormGPT and FraudGPT Could Be The Tip of the Iceberg
Learn about the tools, features, and potential impact of malicious chatbots on the digital landscape.
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