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Credential Phishing with Apple Gift Card Lures

Credential Phishing with Apple Gift Card Lures

A phishing campaign is impersonating Apple and informing the user that their Apple account has been suspended due to an invalid payment method, according to researchers at Armorblox.

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Inside NATO’s Efforts To Plan For A Future Cyberwar

Inside NATO’s Efforts To Plan For A Future Cyberwar

Maggie Miller at Politico had the scoop: “TALLINN, Estonia — Some 150 NATO cybersecurity experts assembled in an unimposing beige building in the heart of Estonia’s snow-covered capital this week to prepare for a cyberwar.

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Ransomware Attacks on Holidays and Weekends Increase and Take a Greater Toll on Organizations

Ransomware Attacks on Holidays and Weekends Increase and Take a Greater Toll on Organizations

With 97% of U.S. organizations experiencing a ransomware attack over a weekend or on a holiday, the impacts on response and recovery time are material, including loss of revenue.

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It’s Official: COVID-related Phishing is Dead as Scammers Return to Impersonating Famous Brands

It’s Official: COVID-related Phishing is Dead as Scammers Return to Impersonating Famous Brands

New analysis of spam and malicious emails show the all but nonexistence of COVID-esque impersonation of government and pharm entities in lieu of international brands.

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Latest Netflix-Impersonated Phishing Attacks Surge in Frequency by 78% Since October

Latest Netflix-Impersonated Phishing Attacks Surge in Frequency by 78% Since October

Using a mix of invisible and lookalike characters, this phishing attack attempts to get past security scanners by obfuscating both email content and domain names.

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New Threat Group Already Evolves Delivery Tactics to Include Google Ads

New Threat Group Already Evolves Delivery Tactics to Include Google Ads

Delivering an equally new Royal ransomware, this threat group monitored by Microsoft Security Threat Intelligence has already shown signs of impressive innovation to trick victims.

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Your KnowBe4 Fresh Content Updates from November 2022

Your KnowBe4 Fresh Content Updates from November 2022

Check out the 55 new pieces of training content added in November, alongside the always fresh content update highlights and new features.

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Spoofing-as-a-Service Site Taken Down

Spoofing-as-a-Service Site Taken Down

Law enforcement authorities across Europe, Australia, the United States, Ukraine, and Canada have taken down a popular website used by cybercriminals to impersonate major corporations in voice phishing (vishing) attacks. The website, called “iSpoof,” allowed scammers to pay for

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Beware of Holiday Gift Card Scams

Beware of Holiday Gift Card Scams

Every holiday season brings on an increase in gift card scams. Most people love to buy and use gift cards. They are convenient, easy to buy, easy to use, easy to gift, usually allow the receiver to pick just

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Quiet Quitting Can Potentially Lead to Insider Security Risks

Quiet Quitting Can Potentially Lead to Insider Security Risks

The phenomenon known as “quiet quitting,” in which employees become disengaged from their work while formally remaining in their jobs, can lead to serious security risks, according to Tim Keary at VentureBeat. Apathetic employees are more likely to make

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