Imperva reversed the phishing hook to hack the hackers, proving that these 'professionals' are just as susceptible – and in the process reveals some very important anti-hacker lessons.
Phishing attacks account for 49% of cybercrime, making them the biggest threat to your company's cyber security. Is your company and employees protected?
If a massive data breach has been in the news recently – such as the Equifax data breach that impacted more than 143 million Americans – there’s a good chance that other hackers will capitalize on this public data breach to cause greater harm to victims, and open up those already victimized to even more risk.
Recent study by Imperva gets under the skin of what can now be characterized as an increasingly complex and rapidly maturing phishing industry. The study examined more than 1,000 free phishing kits that allow for the development of phishing web sites in what has been called an ‘easy to deploy’ format.
While we often think about malicious users when we speak of insider threats, the "real" problem lies with users that may unintentionally be putting their organizations at risk. This includes users that get phished, bypass controls for convenience or efficiency, and connect their own devices to the corporate networks.
Cybersecurity issues in 2018 are becoming a day-to-day struggle for businesses. To keep your organization and customers secure, you will need to know the latest movements in cybersecurity.
Millennials, a tech-savvy bunch often on the go, tend to kick caution to the curb when it comes to protecting personal information as growing up with technology often creates a false sense of security.
Phishing attacks known as CEO Fraud or Business Email Compromise are affecting the bottom line of companies and are devastating because the spoof emails have all the appearances of being real, and the victims voluntarily hand over the money.
According to a recent report, 90% of all data breaches can be traced back to phishing attacks. How can businesses effectively protect themselves from this damaging cybercrime?
The most recent Microsoft Security Intelligence Report indicates that phishing attacks are now by far the most frequent threat to the cyber landscape, increasing a massive 250% since the previous report.