At the core of all Abnormal’s detection products sits a sophisticated web of prediction models. For any of these models to function we need deep and thoughtfully engineered features, careful modeling of sub-problems, and the ability to join data from a set of databases.

For example, one type of email attack we detect is called Business Email Compromise (BEC). A common BEC attack is a “VIP impersonation” in which the attacker pretends to be the CEO or other VIP in a company in order to convince an employee to take some action. …

Jeshua Bratman

Founding engineer and Head of ML at Abnormal Security. I write about AI, ML, Data Science, and Cyber Security mixed with some comedy

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