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At IT360, we offer access to the world’s largest security awareness training content. This content helps clients not only navigate the issue of social engineering, but also educate themselves through a series of interactive modules, videos, games, posters, and newsletters. In addition to these resources, both pre- and post-training phishing security tests are available, allowing individuals to see the percentage of end-users that are Phish-prone. These tests are highly effective, frequent, and random, providing several remedial options in case an employee falls for a simulated phishing attack.

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BEC Incidents Intent on Invoice or Payment Fraud Increase 155% Across All Industries

Business Email Compromise appears to be back in the saddle again, as attackers use simple social engineering and domain impersonation to trick victims into paying up. In the midst of adjusting to working-while-COVID, ransomware seemed to be at the forefront of attacks. But new data from Abnormal Security’s Q3 Quarterly BEC Report shows that business email compromise has recently grown in interest […]

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Thinking Skeptically About Smishing

Organizations need to train their employees to be on the lookout for SMS phishing (smishing), according to Jennifer Bosavage at Dark Reading. Bosavage explains that attackers exploit normal human behavior to gain access or information from employees. “Cyberattackers leverage the way people typically respond to certain social situations to trick them into disclosing sensitive information about themselves, […]

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