A study by Forbes concluded that there could be up to 3.1 billion domain spoofing emails being sent daily. The most common understanding of spoofing is associated with email spoofing. However, domain spoofing is a more significant threat to organizations. Furthermore, many organizations are unaware of how it can hurt business and how anti-phishing solutions
In today’s times, it has become necessary to keep yourself abreast of the latest cyber-attacks, and various ways threat actors adopt to attack users and rob them of their monetary or digital assets. For instance, a mere click on the wrong link is enough for the threat to access your credentials and other critical information.
With technology improving by the hour, cybercrime is also steadily on the rise. Every other day, one hears about crimes like phishing, ransomware attacks, BEC (Business Email Compromise), and others affecting businesses globally. Unfortunately, despite organizations employing the latest anti-phishing and anti-ransomware solutions, these crimes are on the increase.
Cyber adversaries who launch phishing attacks leverage the mindset of the unaware users; for instance, they assume the phishing email to be coming from a legitimate source and end up disclosing their critical information to the threat actor. The bad news is that there is no one-hundred-percent full-proof phishing prevention strategy, but the good news
In a cyber-attack that will be remembered as one of the most significant phishing email attacks in decades to come, a Russian hacking group attacked more than 3,000 email accounts belonging to individuals from more than 150 organizations across 24 countries. Nobelium, also known as APT29 to the cybersecurity community, has targeted government agencies, research
Cyberattacks and data breaches have rapidly increased over the past year. Hundreds of thousands of users lose their data to phishing attacks even today. Here are the top phishing headlines from the last week to enable an organization to accept and incorporate the best phishing prevention tips.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, multitudes of people have been obligated to work remotely, making phishing attacks commonplace in the digital world. It has widened the doors to vulnerability as people move away from the more secure networks of their workplace. Businesses’ networks have not been entirely secure either, with reports showing that phishing attacks
Phishing attacks have targeted organizations worldwide in the bygone week, and the headlines roar out to netizens to adopt the best phishing prevention practices. Here are the latest phishing headlines from across the world to keep you abreast of the latest modus operandi of threat actors, so you are better equipped to keep your information
In the highly digitized world, phishing attacks continue to jeopardize global organizations, targeting their employees. Considering humans to be an easily accessible line of defense when it comes to cybersecurity, awareness among staff is the need of the hour. When one finds one of the machines or systems vulnerable, one proactively fixes the issue. The
Phishing attack prevention is a distant goal for enterprises and can never be fully attainable in the presence of malicious cyber attackers. The bygone week in the cyber realm was full of data breaches and millions of dollars lost to cyberattackers. This serves as a lesson for enterprises to be more watchful of their anti-phishing