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June 27, 2016
Hit by a ransomware attack, a NASCAR race team paid to restore data worth millions, then called on Malwarebytes to secure their systems -- and Malwarebytes joined up as a sponsor.
June 02, 2016
IBM reports 30 'bug poaching' cyber extortion attacks in the past year, as black hat hackers aim to "help" enterprises by exploiting SQL injection vulnerabilities.
May 11, 2016
Representatives in Congress have received a ransomware warning following an increased number of attacks perpetrated via phishing schemes.
March 25, 2016
A series of ransomware attacks have been reported at hospitals in the U.S. and Canada, leading to experts recommending automated backup for enterprises.
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Phishing is a form of fraud in which the attacker tries to learn information -- such as login credentials or account information -- by masquerading as a reputable entity or person in email, IM, or other communication channels. Continue Reading
Emails often contain sensitive information, yet the proper measures are not always taken to secure them. Learn how to keep corporate email safe both at home and in foreign countries. Continue Reading
Tabnapping can be used to capture user login credentials. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against the risk. Continue Reading
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The new version of the Dridex Trojan share Dyre malware's redirection attack capabilities. Expert Nick Lewis explains how enterprises can prevent these incidents. Continue Reading
Facebook added OpenPGP encryption to its messaging services to help improve messaging safety. Expert Michael Cobb explains the benefits of the approach. Continue Reading
Phishing attacks are adopting new functionality to avoid detection, including the use of proxy programs to simplify the attack process. Learn how to defend against this type of risk. Continue Reading
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In this excerpt of Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism Investigator's Handbook, authors Babak Akhgar, Andrew Staniforth and Francesca Bosco outline the classification, types and categories of cybercrime. Continue Reading
Attackers have found a loophole in SPF verification and are using the .gov top-level domain to trick users with phishing emails. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against the threat. Continue Reading
Social engineering scams are abundant, proper preparation and training is key to avoiding the danger. Expert David Sherry discusses social engineering basics and explains how to keep employees out of harm's way. Continue Reading
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Major email providers are adopting DMARC policies to reduce spam. Expert Michael Cobb explains how DMARC works and why it's is a good thing for email security. Continue Reading
In this excerpt of Detecting and Combating Malicious Email, authors Julie JCH Ryan and Cade Kamachi discuss the elements of an email structure and touch on how attackers can use these elements to trick unwitting victims. Continue Reading
A new global email scam has cost enterprises millions. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against man-in-the-email attacks with proper training and little technology. Continue Reading