New Study Shows Consumers Could be Vulnerable to COVID-19 Spam (Security Intelligence)


Cybercriminals are being very calculated with their attacks and continue to pivot their tactics to lure victims. In fact, IBM X-Force saw that more than 50 percent of all COVID-19-related spam observed since the onset of the pandemic was sent in the two first weeks of April alone, coinciding with when the U.S. small business relief loan program became available and stimulus checks started being issued.