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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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Get Protected Against Phishing Attacks

What is a Phishing Attack & How To Get Protected Against It

What is a Phishing Attack and How To Get Protected Against Phishing Attacks – One of the biggest problems on the internet today is the lack of phishing awareness.  In this blog, I will talk about what is phishing and how to get protected against it. Also, we will [...]

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What are 2020 Phishing Attack Techniques

What are 2020 Phishing Attack Techniques?

What are 2020 Phishing Attack Techniques – Fraudsters started looking for different ways to scam people on the internet nowadays. Technology develops, so do their attacking techniques. Having information on how they attack  is the best way to prevent them. In this blog, I will be taking about the [...]

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Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them

Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them 

Phishing Websites And How To Identify Them – Phishing is quite common. One of the blogs we had written before covered how email users could face bad consequences with the click of a downloading/opening of attachments or websites sent by phishers. In 2020, phishing attacks rose even more than it [...]

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Protect Your Company Against Phishing

Protect Your Company Against Phishing Attacks in 2020

Protect your company against phishing in 2020! – Due to Covid-19 pandemic, criminals are targeting people working from home and phishing attacks have risen dramatically.  Employees working from home are vulnerable to cyber attacks since they can’t reach IT Teams directly, and they lack some security tools at home.  [...]

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Spear-Phishing Attacks Are on The Rise

Spear-Phishing Attacks Are on the Rise in 2020

Spear-phishing attacks are on the rise in 2020 – Many organisations have changed their working principles due to Covid-19, and they have adopted remote working principles. However, this has brought challenges since the employees can’t reach the IT Security Teams directly. In this blog, I am going to discuss [...]

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Google Reports Two Million Phishing Websites Created In 2020

Google Reports Two Million Phishing Websites Created In 2020

Two Million Phishing Websites Created in 2020 – Google reports that 2.02 million phishing websites have been created for 2020 so far. It has been determined that this number has increased by 19.91% when compared to 2019. This result revealed to what extent the coronavirus epidemic increased cyberattacks . 1- Which Phishing [...]

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Email Security

Email Security

What is email security? What are email security solutions and services? What are the best practices to assure email security In this blog, we will answer the questions above?  1- What is Email Security? Email security is the use of various technologies or policies to protect mailboxes against cyber threats. In [...]

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Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services To Bypass Security

Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services To Bypass Security

Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services to Bypass Security Phishing Security: Attackers Use Google Services to Bypass Security – Attackers used a range of Google Services, including Forms, Documents, and many other services to initiate phishing attacks and Business Email Compromise (BECs). According to recent research, the recent increase in phishing [...]

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Mobile Device Security - Juice Jacking

Mobile Device Security – JUICE JACKING – HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 2, EPISODE 11

Mobile Device Security – JUICE JACKING –  Juice jacking is a sort of mobile device security problem that involves a cyber attack with a device charging port that doubles as a data connection, generally over USB, and criminals use this to install malicious applications or copy sensitive data from [...]

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