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:
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:
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:
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.
Cyberattacks keep targeting organizations globally, and there is no escape from the notorious threat actors. However, one can secure their networks to a great extent merely by using phishing prevention measures. Here is a glimpse of the significant cyberattacks this week to help you plan with security moves better:
Phishing attacks and social engineering tactics are only the first steps involved in a threat actor’s modus operandi, which are deployed to lure the end-user into divulging a crucial piece of information, which malicious actors can misuse for nefarious purposes. Thus, if only you stay abreast of the latest phishing hacks and adopt measures for
Social engineering attacks are an ever-present problem, and organizations worldwide are struggling to secure their systems against phishing attacks. Following are some of the most recent phishing headlines to help accelerate the process of ensuring phishing attack prevention for your organization. Data Breach Hits South Denver Cardiology Associates On New Year’s Day, South Denver
It is essential to be abreast of the latest phishing news headlines to plan anti-phishing strategies better. Here are this week’s most significant phishing updates for your perusal. Cyberattack Hits Japanese Animation Studio – Toei The Japanese Anime giant Toei recently underwent a cyberattack that delayed the airing of new episodes of its popular
Threat actors are leveraging the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian tensions to launch cyberattacks worldwide. Organizations need to be more vigilant than ever to keep their information assets from falling into the hands of cyber adversaries. Here are this week’s phishing and data breach updates from around the world. Avast Release Free Decrypter For Files Encrypted By
As a small business owner, one should be aware of the latest attack vectors targeting SMBs and SMEs to prevent phishing attacks. To that end, here are the latest updates on the most notable phishing updates of this past week. Russian DDoS Attacks Repeatedly Target Ukrainian Institutions Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks are targeting the
While breaches and attacks are very common, not many people are aware of the impact these have on organizational networks and the information stored and shared therein. Here are the most significant phishing news headlines this week to help plan your anti-phishing measures. Data Breach Hits Extend Fertility New York City (NYC) based fertility
Cyberattacks can be curbed significantly by adopting effective phishing prevention measures. This week’s news headlines demonstrate the importance of effective cybersecurity measures and re-emphasize the need for organizations to incorporate them to safeguard their information assets. Ransomware Hits Swissport International The aviation services company – Swissport International Ltd. recently underwent a ransomware attack that
Phishing continues to be a primary contributor to cyber news headlines. Following are the most significant phishing news headlines this week to help you plan your phishing prevention measures. Ransomware Hits Swissport A ransomware attack recently targeted Swissport – the Swiss airport management service that affected its IT infrastructure. In its statement, Swissport said
Being abreast of the latest phishing tactics and updates is pivotal to establishing effective anti-phishing solutions to safeguard critical organizational information. Here are the phishing news headlines in the limelight this week. Cyberattack Targeting Global Energy Firms A cybersecurity expert recently discovered a cyber-espionage campaign that has been active since 2019 and has targeted
Phishing attack prevention can never be an absolute target; there will always be the presence of notorious threat actors in the cyberworld. Hence, one must focus on learning to live in coexistence without letting the adversaries get their hands on confidential information. To this end, here are the major hacks and cyberattacks this week.
Imagine returning to the office after the Christmas and New Year holidays and finding your systems locked by notorious ransomware. Many organizations across the globe have endured a similar fate, and here are the updates of those attacks to help you plan your phishing prevention strategies.
The new year means a fresh start for adversaries and us, and they have begun working on new targets. Following are this week’s top phishing news headlines to help you stay ahead of scammers and plan your anti-phishing protection measures.
Anti-phishing measures do not ensure 100% protection against ransomware and other social engineering attacks, but they do create additional protective shields and notification systems which gives the incident response teams enough time to detect and tackle the attack vector. Here are the major ransomware attack news headlines this week to help you protect your organization
Ensuring phishing attack prevention is challenging when some form of cyberattack happens every minute. The global cybersecurity landscape is changing with more people becoming aware of cyber threats and doing their bit to ensure protection. But with every positive phishing protection measure that emerges, there is a similar (if not greater) growth in cyberattack vectors.
The Christmas holidays are one of the longest periods of the year when the majority of the employees are on leave. This is usually a peak time for cyberattacks wherein threat actors remain active from the onset of December. As we step into yet another holiday season, more and more ransomware attacks are getting reported.