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“Whaling” is a sophisticated form of phishing that targets an organization's top leaders. It uses clever social engineering and generative artificial intelligence to look like it’s from people you know and trust -- the president, provost, vice provosts, vice presidents, or deans. Cornell's leaders are just as likely to receive a whaling phish as be the alleged sender of one.


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