The talk of the town is the phishing campaign on Facebook that has reportedly duped millions into providing their login credentials to cybercriminals. The Facebook phishing operation is the latest in a long line of cybersecurity news that has shaken people worldwide.
The past week saw many cyberattacks disrupting organizational systems across the globe. Without adequate anti-phishing protection in place today, it isn’t easy to ensure that such an incident does not happen at your organization. The following are this week’s major cyberattack headlines to help plan your cybersecurity moves better:
The discovery of the zero-day exploit in Microsoft Office applications and Follina’s exploitation has shook Microsoft users worldwide. This article shares details about the Follina vulnerability, its attack surface, and steps to keep yourself safe from Follina, as provided by Microsoft.
Email policies are necessary for businesses old and new, big and small. They protect you from legal liability and establish firm guidelines for employee conduct. Let’s dive into why you need an email policy, what you should include in its contents, and how to implement best practices for privacy and data security.
These days, ransomware attacks and data breaches target organizations even when they have anti-phishing solutions in place. That is why it is essential to be abreast of the latest cyber updates and think critically to predict and mitigate cyberattacks before they can cause damage. Here are the newest cyber attack headlines from the bygone week:
This post provides insights into the latest MRSC research, providing details about the recent account pre-hijacking attacks, the threats they pose, and how you can mitigate them.
Global cybersecurity headlines constantly report on the latest ransomware and other social engineering attacks. This week is no different; here are the most significant news headlines from the past week:
In the past few years, cybersecurity threats have become more and more common. Attacks left and right are happening to businesses of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to tech startups that are just getting on their feet. These attacks can range from data breaches through software vulnerabilities to social engineering attacks in the form
Phishing is one of the most formidable threats in the cyber world today. Even though various news, reports, and anti-phishing campaigns attempt to spread awareness and knowledge, people still fall victim to novel phishing methods. This article seeks to summarize key statistics observed so far in 2022 by various cybersecurity organizations and present them in
Phishing attacks and cyber-attacks based on social engineering tactics are not going to stop any time soon, and therefore it is recommended to adopt phishing prevention measures. The following are this week’s major phishing news headlines:
The Latest Malware Jester Stealer Warning in Ukraine from CERT-UA: Here’s Everything You Need to Know
As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine escalates, the potential of utilizing more lethal weapons, which was previously merely a fear, may now take on a new form. The Ukrainian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UA) has issued a warning about a huge distribution campaign based on the concept of a “chemical attack.” Receiving an email
Cyberattacks and data thefts are such a major problem today that there will be at least a few phishing attempts by the time you finish reading this post. The importance of phishing prevention measures cannot be stressed enough. Here are the major headlines from the past week to help you better plan your organizational security.
Phishing has been one of the most widespread cyber threats and a significant challenge for security solutions for almost three decades. According to this phishing report, in 2021, 35% of all data breaches included scams trying to rob users of their sensitive information and login credentials. Over the past year, phishing attacks have increased by
Phishing attack prevention is a challenge for all internet users. What a typical internet user can do to avoid such attacks is to stay abreast of the latest phishing headlines, other than adopting adequate anti-phishing measures. Following are this week’s security updates:
Cybercrimes have escalated significantly in the past couple of years owing to the mass adoption of online services. Threat actors have exhibited their affinity towards social media profiles and emails, targeting innocent people to scam them out of their finances and private data using phishing to sell on the dark web, to be spread and
Cyberattacks are never stopping, and our awareness of the latest attack trends should not stop either. Following are this week’s major cyber news headlines to help you better plan your organizational anti-phishing measures:
Researchers at Armorblox found a malicious campaign that targeted WhatsApp users. The attackers have reached over 27,660 email addresses through targeted phishing attacks appearing to be from WhatsApp. When receiving attachments over email, you might be tricked by the threat actor into downloading other forms of malicious software. The following sections discuss more details about
Phishing attacks are a recurring problem that individuals and organizations face worldwide. While there may be no end to these social engineering attacks, phishing attack prevention measures can be adopted, and these start with being abreast of the latest attack patterns. Here are the vital phishing news headlines from the bygone week:
Microsoft Azure is one of the leading cloud services used by developers and organizations worldwide. With an easy subscription model, Azure is convenient and popular among its users. However, Azure has also become famous among cyber attackers that use it for phishing scams to exploit protected data.
Account compromises and data theft are common attack vectors, and adversaries keep evolving their techniques to gain access to organization networks. Here are this week’s phishing, data breach and ransomware headlines.