Email: The Ultimate Phishing Hole

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

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Recently, we talked about the importance of questioning everything when it comes to cybersecurity; telephone calls, websites, text messages, snaps, any of these mediums are a forum for viruses. As the threats continue to change and grow, many people have started to become more aware of how widespread phishing has become. Phishing has grown in popularity, … Read more

Threat Intelligence: How It Can Help Tackle Malware, Phishing and Hacking

Author(s):

Jonathan Zhang, ,

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Cyber attacks happen all the time and in multiple forms, causing tremendous harm — e.g., broken trust, financial loss, reputation damage, and intellectual property theft. So preventing and stopping threats surely sounds like a priority, right? The tricky part is that there is not just a one-size-fits-all approach to achieve that. Each organization is unique … Read more

8 Different Types of Malware

Author(s):

Julia Sowells, ,

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To combat malware, it’s important that you get your malware classifications right. These are the different types of malware and explaining how to recognize them: 1. Virus We tend to refer to all malware as viruses, but it’s not so. A virus modifies other legitimate host files in such a way that when you execute … Read more