Email security platform Ironscales has launched an generative tool in beta for identifying phishing threats.
The new solution, Themis Co-pilot for Microsoft Outlook, is a chat assistant for self-service threat reporting, built on PhishLLM, a large language model hosted within the Ironscales infrastructure, and combines AI human insights to maintain security, the company says.
Themis Co-pilot is designed to “help end users, of any skill level, improve their ability to stop attacks without adding additional cost or complexity to the organization,” says Eyal Benishti, CEO of Ironscales.
According to Ironscales, Themis Co-pilot for Outlook enables IT and security admins to:
The company cites a recent report from Osterman Research showing that large organizations are expecting a 43% increase in BEC attacks in the next 12 months.
Ironscales previously developed an AI-powered security analyst called Themis AI that utilizes the data from millions of security events from users, devices, and threat intel signals.
This results in a continuous reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF) cycle, it says.