Latest IM attacks still rely on social engineering

In the age of email-borne superworms, email recipients would often become victims without any interaction or warning. However, as Michael Cobb explains, many of today's most dangerous instant messaging attacks require user interaction, meaning wary, educated users have the best chance of keeping their enterprises safe.

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