Investments, streaming and a pandemic: how fraudsters used spam and phishing in 2021.
As businesses rush to embrace digital transformation in the Industry 4.0 era, recent research by international cybersecurity experts shows that while cyberspace can deliver superior efficiency and productivity benefits, it can also put businesses at severe risk.
Malicious internet users are increasingly exploiting websites to insert phishing links into emails from trustworthy companies on a global scale.
Mimecast’s Threat Intelligence Report: Black Hat Edition 2019, revealed that attackers are using either simple, opportunistic attacks or complex, targeted attacks based on necessity to impact the target.
ESET has been awarded a VBSpam+ certification in a recent report from Virus Bulletin, an independent testing and certification body.
International demand for multifunctional malware that are flexible enough to perform almost any task are on the rise, according to the latest research by Kaspersky Lab.
In the second quarter of 2018, Kaspersky Lab’s anti-phishing technologies prevented over 107 million attempts to visit phishing pages, of which 35.7 percent were related to financial services and targeting customers through fake banking or payment pages.
The campaign aims to educate customers – in particular the youth – on how to stay aware of deceptive and fraudulent activities on smart devices.
Fortinet has announced that the Monitoring and Control Centre (MCC) of Abu Dhabi has deployed Fortinet solutions to protect its ‘Falcon Eye’ project from email spam and malware.
Known and unknown attacks, as well as spam, are continuing to get through incumbent email security systems, according to the latest report by Mimecast.