In this post, we discuss the top threat types reaching corporate inboxes, and what these attacks mean for security teams.
Threat actors improve the resiliency of phishing campaigns by concealing malicious content from security teams. In this post we discuss active evasion, restricting by interaction.
Cybercriminals use evasion techniques to extend the life of phishing campaigns. In this post we discuss active evasion, restricting non-targets by device.
Evasion techniques are methods attackers deploy to extend the life of phishing campaigns. In this post, we take a look at active evasion techniques restricting non-targets by location.
On Tuesday afternoon, dozens of high-profile Twitter accounts were hijacked. Threat actors took over the accounts of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Jeff Bezos, and many others. Corporate Twitter accounts were also hijacked. What does this mean for enterprises and their security teams?
There is clear evidence that account takeover (ATO) is a big problem and growing worse. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta sounded the alarm in a report delivered last year, estimating 69% growth in account takeover fraud and $69 billion in losses from 2011 to 2012.