Phishing Attacks [Video]

Phishing

Hackers impersonate Microsoft more than any other brand in phishing attacks By James Sanders Phishers tend to focus on business during the week, social media and finance on the weekend, according to a Vade Secure report. Cybercriminals change tactics throughout the week when waging phishing attacks, as social media services like Facebook are targeted more during the weekend, according to the Q1 2019 Phishers’ Favorites report published Thursday by Vade Secure. Social engineering attacks—typically in the form of phishing—continue to be a popular mode of attack for cybercriminals, while an increase in social media…

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A Cause You Care About Needs Your Cybersecurity Help

https://www.darkreading.com/edge/theedge/a-cause-you-care-about-needs-your-cybersecurity-help/b/d-id/1336482?_mc=rss_x_drr_edt_aud_dr_x_x-rss-simple

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Why Were the Russians So Set Against This Hacker Being Extradited?

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/11/why-were-the-russians-so-set-against-this-hacker-being-extradited/

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Seven Must-Have Tools to Manage Your Content Marketing Campaigns in 2020

https://nealschaffer.com/content-marketing-campaigns-tools/

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ICFO Archive: Think B4 You Click [Video]

  Older ICFO archive history of Think B4 You Click THINK before you click THINK before you click is the strong message of an internet safety campaign designed to protect teenagers from overexposing themselves on social networking sites. … “Once you upload a picture to the internet you have lost control of it. It can be copied, altered and displayed in different contexts without your consent. Think before you click, the site warns teenagers – Independent.ie Cyber-criminals often use current news, sensational topics, and promises of shocking photos and videos to…

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Prize Lottery Scams [Video]

Lottery Scams

Unexpected Prize & Lottery Scams How to Recognize and Avoid Lottery Scams   Online Threat Alerts Beware of “Facebook Group Email Addresses” Lottery Scams Unexpected prize and lottery scams work by asking you to pay some sort of fee in order to claim your prize or winnings from a competition or lottery you never entered. How lottery scams work You will receive notification that you have won a lot of money or a fantastic prize in a competition, lottery or sweepstake that you don’t remember entering.  The contact may come by…

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