• Are your employees trained to protect themselves from phishing attacks?

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  • Should enterprises enforce harsher penalties for phishing victims?

    The consequences of phishing attacks could fall on the victims as enterprises start to punish employees who fall for this age-old scam. Expert Joseph Granneman discusses why this approach may have merit.

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  • Email providers push DMARC email authentication to combat phishing

    DMARC creates an authentication loop that could help people determine the legitimacy of an email.

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  • Spear phishing attack led to ICANN compromise

    Attackers used spear phishing emails to swipe credentials from several ICANN staff members and accessed the non-profit organization's systems.

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  • RSA SecurID breach began with spear phishing attack

    Two waves of email attacks targeted small groups of RSA employees, the company said in a blog post last week revealing the first details of the attack since the breach was announced March 22.

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  • Expert: FIN4 phishing attacks show new operational sophistication

    According to one expert, the FIN4 attack group's successful advanced phishing operations prove that phishing attacks can't be thwarted solely with user awareness training.

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  • phishing

    Phishing is an e-mail fraud method in which the perpetrator sends out legitimate-looking email in an attempt to gather personal and financial information from recipients.

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  • Companies see surge in phishing attacks

    New reports from IBM and Postini show attempted phishing attacks escalated dramatically in the last two months.

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  • Research shows smarter phishing

    Recent threat reports all suggest a steady increase in the aggressiveness and sophistication of phishing attacks, and bank customers are still a top target.

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  • Spear phishing still popular, but more watering hole attacks coming

    A report from CrowdStrike shows spear phishing remains popular in targeted attacks, but that watering hole attacks are gaining favor.

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