Phishing poses a threat to all businesses and organizations. In fact, nearly a third of data breaches involve some type of phishing attack. Unlike other forms of cybersecurity threats, phishing uses psychological tricks to get people to expose their personal information, and thus it has been historically very difficult to combat.
Fortunately, there are several successful tools and processes that all businesses can use to stay safe from phishing attacks. In this article, we’ll dive into these techniques and discuss how you can apply them to combat phishing at scale.
Phishing is a constantly evolving practice and attackers are continuing to get more sophisticated with their techniques.
Phishing attacks are increasingly successful due to some subtle tactics, which include but are not limited to:
"Phishing attacks become increasingly risky when targeted at executives, managers, and others in the organization with access to sensitive information and/or funds."
According to 250+ security professionals they spend on average 27.5 minutes to resolve a single phishing email. In this report you will find more statistics and insights covering:
Many companies want to implement the “best” technique or solution, but a successful approach to anti-phishing requires a comprehensive approach that may combine several different layers. Most companies will have to combine incident responders, intelligent decisions, and machine learning to truly protect against phishing.
Here we’ll take a look at the five most important techniques for combating and preventing phishing attacks:
With phishing getting more advanced by the day, businesses need a way to stay ahead of the attackers to avoid compromising their information security. Anti-phishing software can be an extremely valuable asset to aid in detecting and removing phishing attempts. IRONSCALES is a self-learning email security platform that provides all the tools necessary to keep a business safe from evolving phishing threats.
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