By Brendon Roddas
on December 29, 2020
In our last blog post we discussed the hype around Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC), the upcoming deadline for compliance to DHS’ Binding Operational Directive ...
By Brendon Roddas
on December 23, 2020
We’ve previously written a lot about DMARC, and despite the protocol having been in existence since 2011, it really did not enter into the spotlight as a mainstream email security solution until DHS ...
By Eyal Benishti
on December 15, 2020
A few years ago, I wrote in Dark Reading around the limitations of phishing education. What I was trying to emphasize in the article was that employees can be an organization’s weakest link - or its ...
By Tristan Bishop
on December 14, 2020
The fight to secure your organization grows more complex daily and the attack surfaces continue to expand. It is well known that email, and specifically phishing, remains among the most effective ...
By Lomy Ovadia
on December 07, 2020
The 200 million Microsoft Office 365 (O365) users worldwide are now being targeted by a new global spear-phishing attack spoofing Microsoft.com. Two weeks ago, IRONSCALES researchers first identified ...
By Eyal Benishti
on December 03, 2020
Phishing Scams to Watch Out For During an Unprecedented Holiday Shopping Season
By Eyal Benishti
on November 16, 2020
Earlier this year, FireEye reported that 86% of phishing attacks observed in Q2 did not contain malware. Subsequently, the annual Verizon Data Breach and Incident Response (DBIR) report concluded ...
By Brian Cesca
on October 29, 2020
Nonprofit organizations are the lifeline of many local communities, helping to meet important societal needs that are often under-addressed by government and private sector. While nonprofits scale in ...
By Tristan Bishop
on October 19, 2020
Cybercriminals have always attempted to exploit current events. This year, we’ve seen attempts to leverage COVID-19, Amazon Prime Day and even the new iPhone announcement to dupe recipients.
By IRONSCALES
on October 07, 2020
Following the outbreak of COVID-19, cyber criminals’ efforts to penetrate security defenses have only become more pronounced and aggressive, such as targeting remote voicemails and weak internet ...
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