DMARC, SPF, and DKIM are global anti-domain-spoofing standards, which can significantly cut down on phishing attacks. Implemented correctly they allow you to monitor email traffic, quarantine suspicious emails, and reject unauthorized emails. But less than 30% of organizations are actually using them. And even fewer...
Yes, you know they are coming. And yes, the fraudsters have raised their game. But that doesn't mean you can't stop socially engineered attacks before threat actors can pull off their scams. Mike Britton of Abnormal Security tells you how.
In this exclusive interview with Information Security Media Group, Mike...
Ransomware attackers commonly bypass traditional email gateways, targeting people directly to gain access to a company's systems. The answer? Replace these porous controls with a people-centric security strategy, says Matt Cooke of Proofpoint.
As organizations pursue a new paradigm for protection against
advanced email threats, they should look for one that provides the
greatest efficiencies with their M365 architecture and existing EOP
and/or MDO investments. To do so, they should turn to a solution with
an API-based architecture that uses data science...
There is little doubt that business email compromise is a prevalent and
financially damaging threat. By exploiting the relationships that people have
established with their executives, coworkers, and partners, these attacks dupe
both traditional email security tools and the humans they target. Stopping...
As ransomware attacks continue to dominate headlines, Quentyn Taylor, a Canon director of information security, cautions organizations not to forget about "some of the other threats, like business email compromise," which continue to cripple organizations through financial and reputational damage.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including why enterprises need a multilayered approach to securing identity, how fraud will evolve in 2022 and the need to secure backdoors to prevent ransomware attacks.
The Biden administration may soon unveil plans to curtail the ransomware attacks that have crippled corporate networks this year. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the Treasury Department will announce sanctions and similar guidance designed to disrupt the ransomware model.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the most sought-after type of victim for ransomware-wielding attackers. Also featured: fighting extortion schemes and stress management tips.
Business email compromise attacks, which balance low-tech tactics with the potential for big profits, remain popular. Attackers continue to refine their tactics, including subverting legitimate redirect services as well as recruiting English-speaking business partners and cryptocurrency tumbler operators.
The FBI has issued a warning about Hive ransomware after the group took down Memorial Health System last week. The alert details indicators of compromise, tactics, techniques and procedures associated with these ransomware attacks to help organizations better defend themselves.
Protect Your Organization. Stop Vendor Email Compromise.
Do you know if that email from your vendor is actually from your vendor?
Cybercriminals use compromised email accounts to commit invoice, payment, and RFQ fraud. Traditional email security platforms can't catch these attacks because they come from real email...
The threat of ransomware and other credential theft attacks has only grown over the last year. According to the Verizon Data Breach Incident Report, credential theft accounted for 89% of web application breaches, and phishing attacks increased by 44% across 2020. The recent attack against the Colonial Pipeline company...
As ransomware continues to pummel organizations, if they do get hit, then from an incident response standpoint, what are the essential steps they should take to smooth their recovery? Veteran ransomware-battler Fabian Wosar, CTO of Emsisoft, shares essential steps and guidance for recovery.
The world is now focused on ransomware, perhaps more so than any previous cybersecurity threat in history. But if the viability of ransomware as a criminal business model should decline, expect those attackers to quickly embrace something else, such as illicitly mining for cryptocurrency.