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    Smishing on the Rise

    A new financial crime report by risk management tool developer Feedzai has found an increase in phishing scams perpetrated via text message, a practice known as smishing. The report analyzed over 1.5 billion global transactions completed in the second quarter of 2021 to paint a…

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    Framing the Social Engineering Risk in Business Terms

    C-suite employees need to understand the risk posed by social engineering attacks, according to CSO. Terry Thompson, adjunct instructor in cybersecurity at Johns Hopkins University, told CSO that business email compromise (BEC) can expose an organization to “ransomware, email spoofing,…

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    Phishing Campaign Impersonates Zix Messages

    Researchers at Armorblox have spotted a credential phishing campaign that’s impersonating encrypted communications from Zix. The emails contain a link to download an HTML attachment. “This email is titled ‘Secure Zix message’, includes a header in the email body reiterating…

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    Phishing: Low- Middle- and High-Level

    Phishing attacks have varying levels of technical sophistication, according to Mark Nicholls from Redscan. In an article published by ITProPortal, Nicholls explains that the lowest level of phishing attacks are simple emails designed to rope a victim into a scam.…

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