Tag - Phishing Simulation

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 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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Instagram "Help Center" Phishing Attack

Instagram “Help Center” Phishing Attack

Instagram “Help Center” Phishing Attack 1- About This Phishing Attack Cyber Security Researchers warn against professional phishing attacks aimed at stealing user information that targets Instagram users and these phishing attacks being sent with direct messages via the application to users. Cyber Security Researchers stated that “Attackers are sending legitimate messages that [...]

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Whaling

Whaling

In this blog, we are going to discuss  the  Whaling attack that evolved in the last couple of years targeting someone like a top-level executive like a senior executive at a corporation. Whaling attacks have seen a sharp rise and are expected to go up, as according to the [...]

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Baiting

Baiting

In this blog, we are going to discuss Baiting which is a common method of a Social Engineering attack the others include phishing, pretexting, watering holes, quid pro quo and tailgating.  1. What is Baiting? Baiting is Phishing’s devious cousin. As the name suggests, Baiting involves luring an unsuspecting victim with [...]

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Watering Hole Attacks

Watering Hole Attacks

“What are watering hole attacks” and “how to mitigate them” have been some of the most frequently asked questions people are looking to find answers to today. In this article, we will cover the definition of watering hole attacks, provide some real examples, and conclude with measures that can [...]

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Phishing attacks

Antivirus Tools Can’t Stop Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks have been a pressing issue due to their success rate.  Antivirus tools /anti-virus software can identify known threats and contain them, however, when using social engineering tactics, like pushing or spear-phishing attacks, malware can bypass anti-virus technologies and it can take hours for antivirus technology vendors to [...]

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Phishing security test

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 1, EPISODE 12, YAHOO! BREACH

Phishing security test  – HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 1, EPISODE 12, YAHOO! BREACH In this Episode, a large business acquisition is underway between Horizon and Wahoo.  During the middle of the acquisition, news broke that over half-a-billion credentials were breached from Wahoo.  The CEO of Horizon learned [...]

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A Phishing Simulation

Keep Your Institution Safe with A Phishing Simulation Software!

1- What is A Phishing Simulation? A Phishing simulation is a solution that trains individuals against cyber attacks that may come through email and helps individuals to be one step ahead of attacks. The simulation literally means “imitation, similar”,  which models a theoretical or physical system in a computer environment and [...]

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HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 1, EPISODE 9, FAKE PUBLIC WI-FI

PUBLIC WI-FI SECURITY: HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 1, EPISODE 9, FAKE PUBLIC WI-FI Try our phishing simulation software for free. In Episode 9, Tom Freemont, the CEO of Pro Connect appears on Power Brunch Business News.  As he does, his stock price plummets nearly 40% as investors find out that [...]

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