Threat actors ramp up on coronavirus-themed campaigns, posing as the World Health Organization sending emails with fake e-book content. Instead of advice, users get compromised with malware.
Scammers will stop at nothing—not even a tragic natural disaster—for a chance to cash in. We offer some helpful tips to avoid disaster donation scams.
We take a look at a new anti-phishing feature Instagram hopes will cut down on imitation messages and other social engineering attempts.
In part two of this two-part series on ATM attacks and fraud, we outline the final two ATM attack types—logical and social engineering—and provide info on how they are conducted, the different malware families used in these attacks, and how to protect against them.
Cybercriminals will do what it takes to get what they want, whether that’s breaching a corporate network or stealing credentials with malware. But what do we do if hackers are hacking us instead of our computers? Here’s how to tell if you’re susceptible to social engineering attacks, and what to do to combat them.