Tag Archives: phishing

Don’t Click That! How to Spot an Invoice Impersonation Attack (TechRepublic)

Workers are seeing a wave of phishing attacks that send victims a link to a fake invoice that appears to come from a trusted party, according to a new threat spotlight report from ... More

The Lazy Habits of Phishing Attackers (Dark Reading)

The next time a crisis communication manager states that their organization suffered from a "highly sophisticated" attack, someone may want to cross-check that with how most attack... More

Stopping Ransomware Starts With Your Inbox, Cybersecurity Professionals Say (KQED)

A screenshot of a virus-infected computer has been floating around the internet in stories about the recent worldwide ransomware attack that spread across more than 150 countries a... More

IBM Tackling Phishing Threats with Cognitive Insights (IBM Security Intelligence)

Phishing is one of the internet’s oldest online threats. Its history traces back to the mid-1990s, but it unfortunately continues to escalate in numbers. Based on social engine... More

Nine Cybersecurity Tips for the Mildly Paranoid, and 4 for the Truly Anxious (USA Today)

So it looks as if the CIA could potentially break into most smart phone or computer networks, at least according to the stolen documents released by WikiLeaks. Whether you have ... More

Google Ranks Gmail Malware Targets: Where the M&E Sector Ranks (ZDNet)

Real-estate businesses receive 10 times more spam with malicious links or attachments than organizations in healthcare and sciences, according to Google's  analysis of spam targ... More

Beyond The Phish Report 2016 (Information Security)

Phishing continues to be a large and growing problem for organizations of all sizes. As pioneers in the use of simulated phishing attacks, Wombat Security, strongly recommends org... More