Blog

Blog

Fake Social Media and Amazon Phishing Scams to Watch Out For

Fake email notifications are one of the common attacks hackers use to target small to midsize businesses with phishing attacks. These fake security emails are meant to try to scare you into taking action with messages like “Your account will be suspended in 24 hours.”

These attacks rely on getting you to believe these messages were actually sent from the real platform. 

Because of social engineering efforts, hackers are getting much better at mimicking the tone and word choice companies use to alert their customers. Which means that readers must take extra precautions in order to not get duped. Let's look at a few recent examples of this. 

Read More »

How To Protect Against A Data Breach In 2020 - 3 Often Overlooked Ways.

Companies like Equifax and Marriott faced expensive consequences in 2019 for the data breaches they suffered. Here's how to avoid being the next victim facing serious legal and recovery fees. 

Read More »

When An Email Costs You Millions of Dollars

How Two Russian Hackers Spent Over a Decade Stealing Boatloads of Cash From American Businesses and Organizations.

 

Read More »

Be Aware of Amazon Phishing Attempts This Holiday Season

This time of year, 80% of holiday shoppers will use Amazon for some of their gift purchases (according to CPC Strategy).

Read More »

How Can Data Security Be Implemented?

Data Security Methods That Are Effective for SMBs to Protect Themselves Against Today's Risks.

Read More »

Don't Fall For Threatening Phishing Emails, Do This Instead.

A majority of online users have had some of their personal identity data exposed in one of the thousands of major breaches that's occurred in the last few years.

Read More »

New Phishing Attacks Mimic Branded Microsoft 365 Login Pages

Phishing attacks are still on the rise. And hackers are getting more sophisticated in the ways they spoof elements in a user's environment in order to gain access.

Read More »

This Type of Phishing Attempt is Especially Damaging

There is one particular group of Office 365 users who are a gold mine to hackers. They are the people in your organization with admin credentials.

Read More »

Watch Out for These New Office 365 Phishing Attacks

We always see an increase in phishing attacks right before tax season and into travel-heavy summer. This year is no different.

Read More »

Meet the Man Whose Phishing Scam Robbed Google and Facebook of Millions

His name is Evaldas Rimasauskas and he's a 50-year old man from Lithuania. Last Wednesday, he pled guilty to a phishing scam that fooled tech giants Google and Facebook into giving him millions over the course of two years. 

Read More »
   
New Call-to-action

Posts by Topic

see all