Spear phishing 101: what you need to know

We look at the threat of spear phishing, why it’s such a problem, and what organizations can do to lessen the chance of a successful attack.

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Emotet malspam campaign uses Snowden’s new book as lure

Emotet starts a new week of malicious spam by promising a copy of Edward Snowden’s new book.

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Everything you need to know about ATM attacks and fraud: part 2

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.

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6 sure signs someone is phishing you—besides email

Beyond the medium used to reach you (which is most often email), what are some of the common signs and behaviors of phishing? Conversations that focus on the inbox only leave users with an inadequate understanding of how to protect against this ubiquitous threat.

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The growing threat from phishing

Phishing is not a new phenomenon but the growth and impact of phishing emails is substantial. By guest blogger Mike Osterman of Osterman Research.

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Phishing 101: Part 2

“Over the years, phishing attacks have changed, as with most things, and have been segmented into different groups of variants.” –Me If there is one thing you can say about cybercriminals, it’s that they are adaptive. As I mentioned last week, phishing attacks have evolved from just fake web pages and official looking emails to…

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Phishing 101: Part 1

This week, there is a lot of media hype over emails being sent to users of the Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest because of severe IT issues making it impossible for users to access their accounts online. The emails offer users the ability to log-in to their accounts and provide a link to the…

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