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2020 Cyber Security Review

2020 Cyber Security Review

2020 Cyber Security Review – 2020 has been a critical year regarding cybersecurity with many businesses encountered challenges, new adjustments due to Covid-19 pandemic. People changed they live, work, and day-to-day activities to a digitalized world and many businesses adopted remote working principles and amended their cybersecurity approaches. 1- Advanced [...]

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WORKING FROM HOME

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 2, PAID OFF, LAID OFF, WORKING FROM HOME

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 2, PAID OFF, LAID OFF, WORKING FROM HOME – In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 2, Dan, the CFO at a large company, wanted to make everything simple.  He wanted a process so easy that he could access his company’s network from home [...]

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Phishing Tests For Employees

Phishing Tests For Employees

What is Phishing Test or Phishing Simulation?  Phishing Test is a cyber security program that allows organizations to send a phishing email that looks real but is completely fake to their employees to test their users. Phishing tests are designed to allow employees to detect phishing attacks and their variants [...]

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Phishing Awareness Training

Phishing Awareness Training

Phishing Awareness Training: Assist your agents in identifying and reporting phishing campaigns.  Your employees, your agents, are your most significant vulnerability, and they have to be equipped against phishing campaigns and identify and report them.  Phishing and other advanced social engineering efforts are the present threats that 90,000 novel phishing campaigns [...]

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phishing the stream 1

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 1, PHISHING THE STREAM

Phishing the stream – In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 1, life has been hectic for Mike’s family with his daughter spending 3 months in the hospital, but things are starting to look up – until a crucial loan is denied.  Mike discovers that he was caught in a phishing [...]

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Misdelivery

MISDELIVERY – HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 2, EPISODE 12

Misdelivery -In NINJIO’s Season 2, Episode 12, a co-worker sends an email with sensitive data to the wrong client, and Paul is incredibly upset.  He spent years cultivating his client, and with a single misdelivered email, all of that could be in jeopardy.  He needs answers and quickly goes [...]

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Phishing Threat Campaigns

Phishing Threat Campaigns

Phishing Threat Campaigns – Who are the biggest targets of phishing threats? End-users are the most affected targets against phishing scams since they are targets of many spear-phishing attacks. 1. What are Phishing Threat Campaigns?  Phishing Threat Campaigns are used in phishing simulation campaigns which utilises many email scams that bypass the email [...]

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What Belongs in a Security Awareness Program

What Belongs in a Security Awareness Program?

What Belongs in a Security Awareness Program? – Security is also a people problem. Security awareness is as important as technical security. As I said in my other blogs, people are the last line of security, so Security Awareness Programs are crucial. In this blog, I’m going to discuss [...]

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Why is Security Awareness Training Crucial

Why is Security Awareness Training Crucial?

Why is Security Awareness Training Crucial? – In 2020, companies started to attach importance to security awareness training. In this blog, I’m going to introduce what Security Awareness Training is and why it’s important. 1 – What is Security Awareness Training? Why is Security Awareness Training Crucial Humans are the last line [...]

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Recognize Phishing Attacks

How to Recognize Phishing Attacks in 2020

How to recognize phishing attacks in 2020 – Scammers, attackers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. But don’t worry, there are several ways to protect yourself. In this blog, I’m going to introduce how you can avoid getting tricked by scammers [...]

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