In This Issue: “Corporate Espionage, The Rise of The Cyber-Mafia.” The current generation of cyber-criminals now resembles traditional Mafia organizations. Who are their targets and what are their goals?
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Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has been in the news a lot lately. If A.I. can be taught to interact with humans in a friendly helpful way, it can also be used in malicious ways. Will the rise of machine learning lead to social engineering attacks?
Siblings phish Italy operating under the radar of law enforcement for nearly 7 years. Their targets included 2 former prime ministers, and a sitting mayor.
In This Issue: “Please Don’t Put Words in My Mouth.” Recently Adobe announced Project VoCo. Basically, it’s Photoshop for audio. In this month’s newsletter find out how bad actors could potentially use this and how to minimize the risk of falling victim.
Spear phishing attacks recently breached, Podesta, Powell, and the DNC. Find out the tactics used and how to protect yourself from a similar ruse.
In This Issue: “Your Old Password Has Been Sold – So What?” Find out what happens to your password after the breach and why it’s so important to quickly change passwords and to never use the same password on multiple sites.
In This Issue: “Spear Phishing – On the Rise and How to Protect Your Organization.” Spear phishing has become one of the most common sources of company breaches. In this newsletter we’ve outlined tree steps you can take to protect yourself and your company.
We define phishing as the “practice of sending emails appearing to be from reputable sources with the goal of influencing or gaining personal information,” (Hadnagy & Fincher 2). An estimated 98% of social attacks are phishing, or pretexting, and 96% of social attacks involve email according to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Report. Phishing can […]