For two years, an attack group using Ukraine-based infrastructure has been creating hundreds of lookalike domains to target customers of 14 different Canadian banks via phishing attacks, security researchers at Check Point warn.
Google has directly warned more than 12,000 users across 149 countries that they have been targeted by government-backed hackers. Google says the attack attempts occurred in the third quarter of this year and targeted users of such services as Gmail, Drive and YouTube.
Many companies have already been hit by a ransomware attack- or will be. Technically astute hackers continue their ability to infiltrate ransomware so much, that Ransomware as a Service is now available on the darknet. In today's hyper connected world, it could be only a matter of time until 'something' happens. How...
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Fraud is responsible for billions of dollars of loss every year and accounts for 85 percent of all security breaches - and it can all start with a phishing email from a friendly prince, otherwise known as a 419 fraud.
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A newly discovered hacking group is using an array of sophisticated spoofing and social engineering techniques to imitate government agencies, including the U.S. Postal Service, in an effort to plant malware in victims' devices and networks via phishing campaigns, according to new research from Proofpoint.
Only ~20% of companies use DMARC, SPF, and DKIM, global anti-domain-spoofing standards, which could significantly cut down on phishing attacks. But even when they are enabled and your domain is more secure, 81% of phishing attacks still continue to sail right through to the end-user.
In this webinar, Roger Grimes,...
The Phishing Attack
There's no way around it. Sending emails with
attachments, downloading web files and using
shared folders are a part of how we conduct
business and that's not going to change.
To counter the growing phishing problem, enterprises need better, faster and more comprehensive ways to...
Phishing is a well-known attack vector in the financial and security industry space. The data shows that, in addition to unique phishing attempts, adversaries also leveraged credential stuffing attacks to the tune of 3.5 billion attempts during an 18-month period, putting the personal data and banking information of...
Barracuda is out with its latest Spear Phishing Update,
and among the key findings: a rise in email account
takeover and lateral phishing. Why are enterprise
defenses failing to detect these strikes? What new
solutions will improve defenses?
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You know that "security awareness" is key to a comprehensive security strategy. But just because someone is aware doesn't mean they care. So how can you design programs that work with, rather than against, human nature? Here's the great news. Creating a security awareness strategy that not only educates, but...
Barracuda is out with its latest Spear Phishing Update, and among the key findings: a rise in email account takeover and lateral phishing. Why are enterprise defenses failing to detect these strikes? What new solutions will improve defenses? Barracuda's Michael Flouton shares insights.
Federal government agencies experienced 12 percent fewer cyber incidents in 2018, when there were no "major" data breaches, according to a new White House report. But the report notes there's still plenty of risk mitigation work to be done.
JPMorgan Chase researchers have published a new paper describing their efforts at developing a novel "early warning" system based on artificial intelligence algorithms that can detect malware, Trojans and other advanced persistent threats before the phishing campaign that targets the bank's employees even starts.
The scary fact is that human error is a contributing factor in more than 90% of breaches. With so many technical controls in place hackers are still getting through to your end users, making them your last line of defense. How are they so easily manipulated into giving the bad guys what they want? Well, hackers are...