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Information of Hundreds of European Politicians Found on Dark Web

Information of Hundreds of European Politicians Found on Dark Web 2024-05-31 at 14:46 By Eduard Kovacs The email addresses and other information of hundreds of British, French and EU politicians have been found on the dark web. The post Information of Hundreds of European Politicians Found on Dark Web appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article […]

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Why the automotive sector is a target for email-based cyber attacks

Why the automotive sector is a target for email-based cyber attacks 2024-04-30 at 07:01 By Help Net Security While every organization across every vertical is at risk of advanced email attacks, certain industries periodically become the go-to target for threat actors. In this Help Net Security video, Mick Leach, Field CISO at Abnormal Security, discusses

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KnowBe4 Plans to Acquire Egress for Email Security Tech

KnowBe4 Plans to Acquire Egress for Email Security Tech 2024-04-24 at 19:16 By Ryan Naraine KnowBe4 boasts that the merger will create “the largest, advanced AI-driven cybersecurity platform for managing human risk.” The post KnowBe4 Plans to Acquire Egress for Email Security Tech appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS

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The key pillars of domain security

The key pillars of domain security 2024-04-19 at 07:01 By Help Net Security From branded emails and marketing campaigns to critical protocols, internal portals, and internet traffic, domains are central to digital enterprise operations. They are constantly created for new assets and initiatives. In this Help Net Security video, Mark Flegg, Global Director of Security

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Understanding next-level cyber threats

Understanding next-level cyber threats 2024-04-17 at 06:31 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Trevor Hilligoss, VP of SpyCloud Labs, discusses the 2024 SpyCloud Identity Exposure Report, an annual report examining the latest trends in cybercrime and its impact. Researchers recaptured nearly 1.38 billion passwords circulating the darknet in 2023, an 81.5%

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How malicious email campaigns continue to slip through the cracks

How malicious email campaigns continue to slip through the cracks 2024-04-08 at 07:01 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Josh Bartolomie, VP of Global Threat Services at Cofense, discusses how email will remain a target as long as it remains the predominant form of communication within a business. Cofense researchers have

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How CISOs tackle business payment fraud

How CISOs tackle business payment fraud 2024-03-28 at 07:01 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Shai Gabay, CEO of Trustmi, discusses why payments are a source of cyber worry for CISOs. CISOs are worried about Business Email Compromise (BEC), cyber attackers’ use of AI, and securing the supply chain. These are

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Growing AceCryptor attacks in Europe

Growing AceCryptor attacks in Europe 2024-03-20 at 13:01 By Help Net Security ESET Research has recorded a considerable increase in AceCryptor attacks, with detections tripling between the first and second halves of 2023. In recent months, researchers registered a significant change in how AceCryptor is used, namely that the attackers spreading Rescoms (also known as

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IMF Emails Hacked

IMF Emails Hacked 2024-03-18 at 10:28 By Eduard Kovacs The International Monetary Fund (IMF) detects a cybersecurity incident that involved nearly a dozen email accounts getting hacked. The post IMF Emails Hacked appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:

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Key MITRE ATT&CK techniques used by cyber attackers

Key MITRE ATT&CK techniques used by cyber attackers 2024-03-15 at 11:01 By Help Net Security While the threat landscape continues to shift and evolve, attackers’ motivations do not, according to a Red Canary report. The classic tools and techniques adversaries deploy remain consistent–with some notable exceptions. The report tracked MITRE ATT&CK techniques that adversaries abuse

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Email security trends in the energy and infrastructure sector

Email security trends in the energy and infrastructure sector 2024-03-11 at 09:07 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Mike Britton, CISO at Abnormal Security, discusses how energy and infrastructure organizations face an increased risk of business email compromise and vendor email compromise attacks. According to Abnormal Security data, from February 2023

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Securing the future: Addressing cybersecurity challenges in the education sector

Securing the future: Addressing cybersecurity challenges in the education sector 2024-03-08 at 07:03 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Kory Daniels, CISO at Trustwave, shines a light on the impact the current threat environment can have for both universities and students. Key findings from a recent Trustwave report include: – 1.8

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Domains Once Owned by Major Firms Help Millions of Spam Emails Bypass Security

Domains Once Owned by Major Firms Help Millions of Spam Emails Bypass Security 2024-02-27 at 16:46 By Eduard Kovacs 8,800 domains, many once owned by major companies, have been abused to get millions of emails past spam filters as part of SubdoMailing campaign. The post Domains Once Owned by Major Firms Help Millions of Spam

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Secure email gateways struggle to keep pace with sophisticated phishing campaigns

Secure email gateways struggle to keep pace with sophisticated phishing campaigns 2024-02-23 at 07:02 By Help Net Security In 2023, malicious email threats bypassing secure email gateways (SEGs) increased by more than 100%, according to Cofense. In just two years, Cofense identified over 1.5 million malicious emails bypassing their customers’ SEGs, signaling a 37% increase

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Clean links and sophisticated scams mark new era in email attacks

Clean links and sophisticated scams mark new era in email attacks 2024-02-20 at 06:05 By Help Net Security Analysis of 7 billion emails shows clean links are duping users, malicious EML attachments increased 10-fold in Q4, and social engineering attacks are at all-time highs, according to VIPRE Security. The rise of the EML file attachments

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Gmail & Yahoo DMARC rollout: When cyber compliance gives a competitive edge

Gmail & Yahoo DMARC rollout: When cyber compliance gives a competitive edge 2024-02-16 at 08:01 By Help Net Security The essence of cybersecurity is not just about defense but enabling business through trust and reliability. As Gmail and Yahoo take steps to enforce stricter email authentication, organizations that are proactive in their DMARC compliance will

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HPE Says Russian Government Hackers Had Access to Emails for 6 Months

HPE Says Russian Government Hackers Had Access to Emails for 6 Months 2024-01-25 at 12:16 By Eduard Kovacs HPE told the SEC that Russian state-sponsored threat group Midnight Blizzard had access to an email system for several months. The post HPE Says Russian Government Hackers Had Access to Emails for 6 Months appeared first on

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Organizations need to switch gears in their approach to email security

Organizations need to switch gears in their approach to email security 2024-01-23 at 06:02 By Help Net Security Email security risks remain high with 94% of organizations experiencing incidents in the past 12 months, according to Egress. Inbound email incidents primarily took the form of malicious URLs, attacks sent from a compromised account, and malware

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Uncovering the hidden dangers of email-based attacks

Uncovering the hidden dangers of email-based attacks 2024-01-08 at 06:01 By Help Net Security Email-based attacks have evolved beyond traditional spam and phishing attempts. Cybercriminals now employ sophisticated tactics such as spear-phishing, whaling, and business email compromise (BEC), posing a significant threat to businesses of all sizes. Email attacks can result in financial losses, reputational

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SMTP Smuggling Allows Spoofed Emails to Bypass Authentication Protocols

SMTP Smuggling Allows Spoofed Emails to Bypass Authentication Protocols 18/12/2023 at 17:16 By Eduard Kovacs A new attack technique named SMTP Smuggling can allow malicious actors to send out spoofed emails that bypass authentication mechanisms. The post SMTP Smuggling Allows Spoofed Emails to Bypass Authentication Protocols appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt

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