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.
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Spear phishing is the practice of fraudulently emailing specific victims to con them into downloading malware, transferring money or revealing sensitive information.
However good your perimeter security, phishing emails still get through. Recognising suspicious communications is critical. Here’s what to look out for.
Social engineering – in which criminals manipulate users into compromising their security – is a major problem. This blog gives five ways to reduce the risk.
E-learning offers better value, speed, consistency, accessibility, flexibility and personalisation than traditional classroom equivalents. This blog explains how.
Most complex cyber attacks begin by using social engineering to trick users into divulging sensitive information or downloading malware. This blog explains what to beware of. What is social engineering? Social engineering is one of the oldest cons in existence. …