A new generation of cybercriminal organizations that pair identity deception techniques with personalized, socially-engineered emails are the driving force behind rapidly-evolving, socially-engineered email threats that grow more dangerous by the day.
Businesses aren't alone in the crosshairs. Every minute of the...
Office 365 provides a solid foundation to which many organizations should add third-party solutions in order to provide higher levels of security, content management, encryption and other capabilities.
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This Valentine's Day, authorities are once again warning individuals to watch out for anyone perpetrating romance scams. The FTC says Americans lost $143 million to romance scams in 2017, while in the U.K., Action Fraud says reported romance scam losses in 2018 topped $64 million.
Email is still the #1 attack vector the bad guys use. A whopping 91% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email, but email hacking is much more than phishing and launching malware!
Join Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist and security expert with over 30-years of experience, for this webinar...
Most companies have huge gaps in their cyber defenses, and can be compromised at will by a determined hacker. The industry even has a term for it: Assume Breach.
Join Roger A. Grimes, a 30-year computer consultant, for this webinar where he explores the latest research on what's wrong with current defenses and how...
With an operating system that's used by 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies, Microsoft closely monitors cyberattack trends. Joram Borenstein, general manager of Microsoft's Cybersecurity Solutions Group, discusses his top three concerns for 2019.
In the wake of Equifax and other major breaches, sophisticated fraudsters are finding success as never before. Al Pascual of Javelin Strategy and Research discusses how identity impersonation is manifesting.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Microsoft's Joram Borenstein highlights his top three areas of focus for 2019. Plus, Randy Vanderhoof of the US Payments Forum on securing card transactions in the coming year.
Despite the proliferation of social networks and messaging apps, email remains the primary means of communication today. Unfortunately, it also remains a persistent threat vector for cybersecurity abuse. We see these evil emails everywhere: at work, at home and in the news, attempting to sell something, or steal...
French film production and distribution company Pathe fired the two senior managers overseeing its Dutch operations after they fell victim to a business email compromise scam and approved $21 million in transfers to fraudsters. Many organizations remain at high risk from such scams.
Want to better block business email compromise - CEO fraud - attacks outright, as well as be able to spot and respond more quickly to any BEC attacks that get through? Incident responder David Stubley details essential defenses all businesses should put in place now.
This session looks at two real-life case studies, with different outcomes from the same initial starting point for two companies. The first led to £140k loss due to malicious invoicing; the second led to data exfiltration and reputational damage (as well as ICO reporting due to GDPR).
Malicious actors use common...
What can organizations do to thwart business email compromise attacks? In an interview, David Stubley, CEO of the consultancy 7 Elements, outlines several key steps. He'll be a featured speaker at Information Security Media Group's Security Summit: London, to be held Sept. 23.
Barriers to getting into the business email compromise - aka CEO fraud - game continue to fall, with security vendor Digital Shadows finding that compromised email accounts for a company's finance department can typically be purchased via the black market for just $150 to $500.
Business email compromises have been at the center of a number of procurement fraud scams, says Allan Stojanovic, a security architect and analyst at the University of Toronto, who describes the fraud and why it's so difficult to thwart.