A new malware threat has been identified, called Reductor, that targets Windows users. It’s been described as ‘evil, malicious and dangerous, but clever’ in its ability to compromise encrypted web communications without detection.
Traditional marketing advocates having up-to-date online profiles as a great way connect with like-minded people, attract job offers and promote your company or services to a worldwide community. Which is true, however serious security issues affecting online data recommend you reconsider what you share in promoting yourself or your business.
One of the world’s leading Password Management businesses has reacted swiftly and conscientiously to an identified bug that exposed user credentials to malicious or compromised websites through a serious of actions.
For the past two years SME’s in Australia, and around the world, have been bearing the brunt of cyber-attacks, primarily because small businesses don’t see themselves as a target of value.
In our digitally connected world spreads news faster than ever. Someone sees, feels or thinks something and posts it onto a social media platform. The trouble is, we’re all so busy, so ready to accept that someone prominent “must know what they’re talking about”, or ready to believe what we read/see without questioning that discerning fact from fiction can easily be overlooked.
Information is a pivot point for scammers: they need information to conduct a scam and it’s your data – client contact information, accounts details, employee names, titles, etc – that scammers use to defraud you and others connected to your business…
Whilst you absolutely need a firewall, anti-virus and email filtering solutions to protect your technical systems, these won’t stop emails with legitimate hyperlinks. However, your team can!
A recent report that analysed 360,000 BEC emails over three months has revealed the following top 12 most common subject lines used in emails targeting businesses…
Phishers have a new trick up their sleeve, they are checking the credentials entered into a spoofed login page in real time and the victims are redirected to their real Office 365 inbox!
Whilst I work with incredibly talented engineers, I am not one! In fact, when it comes to technology I call myself the “princess of darkness”. I’m surprised our engineers don’t turn and run the moment they notice me walking towards them with intent. “Got a moment for a chat?”