Oct
22
Today’s breaches continue to start with compromised email accounts, with monetary gain remaining the top motivation for stealing login credentials. Typically, these are opportunistic attacks, a sort of spray and pray tactic. According to ProofPoint’s report Human Factor 2019, 25% of phishing emails in 2018 were generic credential harvesting. Phishing is the number one attack vector, mainly because social engineering is still a wildly successful way to compromise users because so many people... Read More
Oct
14
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. Today we're discussing what  a Business Email Compromise is, and why cyber security professionals should care.  Read More

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