Tagged: Phishing

  • Threat Actors Using Omicron COVID-19 Phishing Lures

    Threat Actors Using Omicron COVID-19 Phishing Lures

    Over the last few weeks, threat actors have been launching phishing scams which leverage people’s fears and anxieties over the Omicron COVID-19 variant. The scams either inject the Dridex banking malware into a victim’s computer or other malware that collects passwords, credentials, and personal or financial data. Informing all employees about the threat is the…

  • Employee Insights: The Skills Needed To Analyze Phishing Campaigns

    Employee Insights: The Skills Needed To Analyze Phishing Campaigns

    Phishing Campaigns Are No Match For Analysts With These Skills   Phishing campaigns are all too common these days. A look back at 2020 showed that 75% of companies globally suffered from an attack. In the United States, 74% of attacks were successful, a 14% increase from 2019, proving bad actors are getting smarter and using…

  • Don’t Get Hooked by a Phishing Scam

    Don’t Get Hooked by a Phishing Scam

    After a brief decline in 2019, phishing attacks spiked again in 2020. Last year, they were so prevalent that one in every 4,200 emails was a phishing scam. Businesses lost approximately $17,700 every minute due to a phishing attack. Research from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center found that phishing (including vishing, SMiShing, and pharming) was one of the biggest cyber threats,…

  • What Every Business Needs to Know About Social Engineering, Phishing, and Passwords

    What Every Business Needs to Know About Social Engineering, Phishing, and Passwords

    There are multiple types of cyberattacks – many of which are very sophisticated, often because of the technology they use. But more often, the kind of attack that leaves the biggest impact on its victims – emotionally and psychologically, is the one that is not necessarily driven by sophisticated technology, and often appears to be…

  • Our 4 Predictions Impacting Cybersecurity in 2021 & How to Stay Protected

    Our 4 Predictions Impacting Cybersecurity in 2021 & How to Stay Protected

    There is no doubt that 2020 was a year of unprecedented challenge. Both personally and professionally we had to completely shift our perception of so many domains and adjust to a whole new reality on so many levels. Specifically, on the cybersecurity-level, we needed to change strategies and tactics and redefine how we protect our…

  • 5 Commonly Overlooked Signs of a Hack

    5 Commonly Overlooked Signs of a Hack

    There are security system rules configurations that can indicate these threats, so if you see any one of these, there is a good chance that your system has been compromised somewhere along the way. Someone else is reading your emails! (The Windows Outlook Hack) If you use Microsoft Outlook for your emails, your emails can…

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