Phishing news this week includes updates on the latest modus operandi adopted by cyber adversaries to lure users into divulging their sensitive information. Being aware of the latest attack patterns is an essential aspect of ensuring protection against phishing, and therefore we bring you the newest phishing headlines from this past week.
Phishing prevention best practices can be identified when studying the recent attack trends and creating or looking for anti-phishing solutions accordingly. This week’s phishing headlines serve the purpose of identifying security measures by highlighting the most significant cyber incidents throughout the week
A phishing attack at an organization can push all associated customers, business partners, and employees towards cyber threats that can have long-lasting and life-altering implications. Hence, it is the responsibility of business owners to ensure phishing attack prevention at all times. The following headlines are about the latest cyberattacks that have compromised the personal information of millions:
Phishing continues to be a significant security threat for individuals and enterprises alike. This week’s cyber news is no different, but one can ensure that the same mistakes aren’t repeated for their organization with the proper phishing prevention measures and keeping abreast of the latest modus operandi adopted by threat actors. Therefore, we bring you the most recent phishing news
Phishing prevention and ransomware protection are crucial to cybersecurity. However, to know the latest threats, one needs to be thorough with the news headlines as malicious actors are getting smarter by the day and adopting even innovative tactics to lure the typical netizen into disclosing their credentials. Following are the top phishing headlines from the last week:
Phishing prevention is a distant goal in a digital world where hundreds of attacks get launched every minute. However, being abreast of the latest attack trends helps us secure our systems a little better. This week’s cyber headlines are oriented towards that goal of phishing attack prevention.
Phishing is once again at the top of all cyber news, and there is nothing we can do to change that except taking phishing attack prevention measures. The following top headlines from the cyber world prove just how crucial cyber hygiene is to keep your digital assets from falling into the hands of threat actors.
Phishing incidents never stop making it to the news headlines, and this week is no exception. Phishing prevention isn’t a tangible goal, but it can be avoided to some extent with an awareness of the latest phishing schemes. The following are the top cyber news headlines from the past week
Phishing is a social engineering exercise that plays on the psyche of the victim with the sole purpose of extracting as much critical information as possible. With this information, the con artists can manipulate data, take over networks, or steal financial credentials and identities. Organizations have to be aware of the menace at all times and keep their systems upgraded to counter the challenge. Phishing attacks on logistic companies are not a recent phenomenon. It has been around for a while. Among other organizations, it is a threat for logistic establishments too the world over.
Online phishing attacks are never going to stop, and their success rate will only increase if netizens continue to avoid basic cyber hygiene. Hence it is essential to be abreast of the global phishing patterns so that suitable phishing attack prevention measures can be adopted before a malicious actor could wreak havoc on your digital assets. Here are the top phishing headlines from the bygone week:
Phishing schemes continue to be highly effective as netizens continue to ignore basic cyber-hygiene practices. Today, it has become essential to stay abreast of the latest modus operandi adopted by malicious actors to lure users into disclosing their crucial information such as financial details, PII (Personally Identifiable Information), etc. The following top phishing headlines from the past week tell us that phishing protection is indeed a necessity for the cyber world. Continue reading “Cybersecurity Updates For The Week 10 of 2021” »
Phishing scams are all over the place – from big enterprises to small governments, hospitals to universities. Hence, it is essential to discuss these phishing scams and observe the common vulnerabilities that help adversaries surpass anti-phishing protection measures. Here are the top phishing scams from the past week
Phishing attack prevention is a perennial struggle for internet users, and oblivion to recent attack trends makes the process even harder, which is why it is recommended to stay updated on the top cyberattack news. Below, we bring you the latest phishing scams from the bygone week:
The distinctive form of cyberattack that continues to jeopardize world organizations is phishing, and this week too, we can mention at least a hundred phishing attacks capable of shutting down institutions. The following are the latest phishing news bits from across the world. Let us consider effective phishing prevention solutions as we read through these attacks:
The headlines are crowded again with instances of cyberattacks on organizations, and the loss of information is immense, yet again. The following are the latest phishing updates that might convince you to renew that anti-phishing service bill you had been deferring!
Pakistani Company Bykea Exposes Over 400million User Records
In a recently reported security incident, the Pakistan based parcel delivery and vehicle-for-hire company Bykea was found exposing the details of over 400 million users. The exposed details include the names, addresses, and other PII of users. The 200 GB database was left unprotected and unencrypted online, thereby exposing its production server information.
Phishing continues to be the most commonly used and effective form of cyberattack. The last week too, was a tough one for cybersecurity. The following headlines prove just how important it is to ensure phishing protection for your organization.
Data Breach Hits Bonobos Men’s Clothing Store
ShinyHunters recently attacked the men’s clothing store Bonobos and stole a 70 GB SQL database. The adversaries downloaded a cloud backup of Bonobos’ database and shared it for free on a hacker forum. Although Bonobos’ corporate systems remain unaffected, a lot of sensitive customer information was exposed in the breach. These include the addresses, credit card numbers, order details, passwords, and phone numbers of customers.
Several organizations and institutions became the target of cyberattacks over the week, and there doesn’t seem to be an ideal phishing prevention scheme. However, cybersecurity is all about protection from phishing attacks since eradicating them is a near-impossible task. Here are the major phishing headlines from the bygone week
Phishing is one of the most common and cyberattacks used by adversaries. As such, ensuring phishing prevention is not only wise but also necessary in today’s times. The following headlines from the first week in the digital world give a glimpse of the year ahead for phishing and related cyberattacks
Festivals for cyber adversaries come in the form of new and improved cyberattacks on individuals, organizations, and systems. This time of the year witnesses the highest number of data breaches, and that’s why it is advised to adopt the phishing prevention best practices. Following are the top headlines from the cyber world.
The holiday season has begun, and most organizations are operating with less than half their employees. The time is perfect for cyber adversaries to launch cyberattacks and target organizations or individuals through various phishing scams. Read on to learn about the latest security incidents and ponder about the efficacy of your phishing prevention measures