Report: One in four employees who made security mistakes lost their job
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Report: One in four employees who made security mistakes lost their job

One in four employees lost their job after making a mistake that compromised their company’s security, according to new research from email security company Tessian. The second edition of the report provides an updated look at the factors causing employees to make security mistakes at work, and the … See all articles in Insights

“Browser in the Browser” attacks: A devastating new phishing technique arises
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“Browser in the Browser” attacks: A devastating new phishing technique arises

Strengthen your organization’s IT security defenses by keeping abreast of the latest cybersecurity news, solutions, and best practices. See all articles in Insights

Cybercriminals are scheduling fake meetings in people’s calendars – here’s why
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Cybercriminals are scheduling fake meetings in people’s calendars – here’s why

If you receive a calendar invite to view new fax documents, be careful – it’s most likely a phishing attack, attempting to obtain your identity and … See all articles in Insights

The vast majority of cyberattacks start with just an email
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The vast majority of cyberattacks start with just an email

Around three-quarters (75%) of all cyberattacks start with a simple email message, a new report from Trend Micro has warned. To tackle the problem, … See all articles in Insights

Hackers Target Microsoft Teams Users in Chats | Cyware Hacker News
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Hackers Target Microsoft Teams Users in Chats | Cyware Hacker News

Cybercriminals are abusing Microsoft Teams by attaching malicious executables to the conversations, in an attempt to spread them among participants. … See all articles in Insights

Email security bill of rights for a zero-trust world
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Email security bill of rights for a zero-trust world

This article was contributed by Shalabh Mohan, the chief product officer at Area 1 Security Reports that $1.7 million in NFTs has been stolen from OpenSea users in a phishing attack on the marketplace have thrust email security, once again, into the global spotlight. The attack highlights the … See all articles in Insights

How prepared are organizations to face email-based ransomware attacks? – Help Net Security
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How prepared are organizations to face email-based ransomware attacks? – Help Net Security

Proofpoint released a report which provides an in-depth look at user phishing awareness, vulnerability, and resilience. The report reveals that … See all articles in Insights

22 very bad stats on the growth of phishing, ransomware
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22 very bad stats on the growth of phishing, ransomware

Email-based phishing attacks became a lot more successful in 2021 — and so did ransomware attacks, in terms of getting victims to pay the ransom demand, according to new stats from email security vendor Proofpoint. The vendor’s new report — the 2022 State of the Phish — provides insights into what’s … See all articles in Insights

Beware the QR code scams
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Beware the QR code scams

QR code scams are growing. Here’s what to look out for. By now, most internet users know the usual scams to look out for: Phishing emails trying to steal your account logins, misspelled URLs attempting to access your bank accounts, fake online storefronts charging you for products they never intend … See all articles in Insights

Hackers exploit Google Docs in new phishing campaign
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Hackers exploit Google Docs in new phishing campaign

Attackers are taking advantage of the comment feature in Google Docs to send people emails with malicious links, says Avanan. One of the favorite … See all articles in Insights