Businesses take all sorts of measures to remain competitive in the marketplace, but it should not happen at the expense of violating data privacy laws. Following is the latest incident when the regulators fined Meta for not protecting the privacy of its users.
The IceXLoader malware has evolved and is striking via a phishing email, dropping the malware payload capable of advanced, evasive, and persistent system presence to exfiltrate data. This text shares IceXLoader’s history, how IceXLoader works, new features, IceXLoader attack pattern, how the IceXLoader malware can harm organizations, and what organizations need to do to stay
Over the past years, phishing attacks have evolved in number and intensity. Organizations can stay resilient against threats by staying updated about the latest episodes. Here are this week’s phishing and data breach headlines.
You may hardly find an industry today that is not impacted by phishing attacks. Threat actors don’t spare anyone, be it a typical internet user or an organization with thousands of employees. This is why it is crucial to keep yourself updated about how these attacks happen to ensure you or your organization does not
The Robin Banks PhaaS platform is back with a new Russian server and a cookie stealer to bypass 2FA and compromise organizational accounts. This article shares the history of Robin Banks, attack patterns, how Robin Banks evolved, the Robin Banks cookie stealer and Russian server, how Robin Banks’s phishing kit works, and how organizations can
Threat actors continue to target organizations worldwide to get access to their information assets. It may be challenging to anticipate a phishing attack, but one can surely learn from the attacks that have taken place to understand how these malicious actors operate and adopt anti-phishing measures accordingly. To that end, here are the phishing and
As Twitter Plans To Charge Verified Users $8 Fee, Threat Actors Start Launching Phishing Campaigns Exploiting The Situation
Scammers and hackers are exploiting the confusion regarding Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk’s plans for paid blue ticks on the platform. They are sending phishing emails disguised as official Twitter notices and luring users into sharing their details. This post covers the details regarding such phishing schemes.
Traditional cybersecurity measures cannot protect organizations against today’s phishing attacks as they are getting increasingly sophisticated. Thus, enterprises must take a layered approach to prevent cyber-attacks and lessen their impact when they occur. Additionally, they can learn from the latest trends in the cyber threat landscape. Here are this week’s phishing and data breach-related headlines.
Twilio has suffered a second attack, leading to the compromise of its former and current employee accounts and the loss of sensitive customer information. This text shares the details of the attack, how it happened, whether it is over, whether customers are safe, how Twilio is dealing with it, and what organizations could learn from
While there are various types of data breaches, one can always attribute them to a vulnerability or a security posture gap that cybercriminals exploit to gain access to the organization’s systems. Here are this week’s phishing-related news headlines, so you can plug the vulnerabilities and prevent cybersecurity breaches.
The ICO has fined Interserve £4.4 million, which is about $5 million, due to the data breach compromising the financial and personal data of 113,000 employees. Here is how the attack occurred, the lost data, why Interserve was fined, and how organizations can avoid a similar fate by investing in anti-phishing solutions.
Image source: Pixabay The OpenAPI specification has grown popular in the past few years especially when it comes to documenting and describing APIs. This is fueled by the many benefits the specification offers to organizations. Some of the notable benefits include the support the specification gets from different API management tools and the fact
In today’s evolving threat landscape, attackers are strengthening their social engineering efforts using human-centric activities. Follow this article to know how negligent actions led cybercriminals to one of the biggest automakers worldwide, Toyota’s server.
Taking cybercriminals lightly is no longer an option with the evolving threat landscape. One needs to be aware of what they are up to, to avoid becoming their victim. To that end, here are this week’s phishing and data breach headlines.
As threat actors continue evolving their methods to lure their next targets, one needs to be aware of these methods to thwart malicious actors’ intrusion attempts successfully. Here are this week’s headlines to help you plan your cyber hygiene measures.
United Kingdom Phishing Campaign Targets 700,000 British Residents, Employs Emails, Texts, and Whatsapp
Individuals in the United Kingdom are targeted by sophisticated phishing campaigns to target finances and personal details, taking advantage of the rising cost of living and post-COVID changes. This article delves deep into the latest UK phishing campaign, shares key statistics, how fraudsters target brits, and how to protect against phishing.
Airline giant, American Airlines released a data breach notification, informing about a data breach compromising the accounts of its employees. This article shares details of the data breach, the information that was leaked, how American Airlines is dealing with it, and what employees can do to protect themselves.
Governments, Businesses, and individuals can experience huge complications if they suffer a data breach. A small vulnerability can expose sensitive information if they don’t pay attention to detail. Following is a summary of the latest breach-related news of this week.
The potential for a data breach is a key emerging threat that organizations must carefully consider when they plan a post-pandemic operating environment. Staying updated about the latest phishing-related news is their first step towards ensuring a cyber-safe environment. Here are the latest data breach and phishing-related updates of this week.
Iranian-Aligned Cybercriminal Group targets Researchers, Academics, and Journalists with Sophisticated Phishing Campaign
TA453, an Iranian-aligned cybercriminal group, is harvesting credentials by employing multi-persona impersonation. This article shares details about TA453, its Korg remote template injection, how TA453’s phishing campaign works, how to check if you are a target, and how to protect yourself.