According to the Insider Threat 2018 Report, both malicious and negligent insiders pose the most damaging security threats.
Tabnabbing is a type of phishing attack like no other. It doesn’t come with the tell-tale signs of a scam email and works within your browser. Do you know what to look for?
Whaling, also known as CEO fraud, is a specific type of spear-phishing attack that targets high-profile individuals. This blog explains how to avoid it.
Spear phishing is the practice of fraudulently emailing specific victims to con them into downloading malware, transferring money or revealing sensitive information.
Pharming is a relatively obscure term for a common and dangerous form of cyber attack. It involves planting malicious code on victims’ computers, which misdirects web searchers to fraudulent websites. The bogus sites replicate their legitimate counterparts in almost every …
However good your perimeter security, phishing emails still get through. Recognising suspicious communications is critical. Here’s what to look out for.
Phishing is one of the most common types of cyber crime, and one that everybody needs to be aware of. Unlike most attacks, which target technological vulnerabilities, phishing exploits human weaknesses. Crooks send emails (and occasionally texts or social media messages), attempting to …
Social engineering – in which criminals manipulate users into compromising their security – is a major problem. This blog gives five ways to reduce the risk.
Business email compromise (often simply known as BEC) is a sophisticated type of phishing attack. It involves a cyber criminal impersonating a senior member of staff and attempting to persuade an employee or third party to hand over sensitive information …
E-learning offers better value, speed, consistency, accessibility, flexibility and personalisation than traditional classroom equivalents. This blog explains how.