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Spoofing or brand impersonation is a popular tactic that cybercriminals use to perpetrate phishing attacks. By making messages seem routine or faking that a message came from a well-known and trustworthy brand,
Businesses are being inundated with threats to their data security as cybercriminals hunt for fresh stores of data to peddle in the booming dark web data markets.
Phishing campaigns get more effective the more closely they can imitate a trusted source. Recently, security researchers at Fortinet discovered evidence of a phishing campaign that specifically targets Microsoft Windows users
Google SMTP relay service is wildly popular and used every day by legions of users. Unfortunately, hackers around the world are aware of this and increasingly they've begun abusing the SMTP relay service.
Technology has evolved leaps and bounds over the last 20 years. In fact, in the next few years, the first generation to grow up with smartphones and social media will join the workforce.
Endless amounts of ink have been spilled to analyze, dissect and report on the flood of ransomware attacks in the last few years. But ransomware is not the nastiest security threat that businesses face.
Ask just about any IT security professional and they will tell you that weak user passwords are one of the biggest problems and most persistent threats to corporate networks.
When you’re looking to trim security spending you may ask yourself if you really need some services like dark web monitoring.