Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the rise in supply chain delays to create a surplus of related scams.
Have you ever received a multi-factor authentication (MFA) notification from an account that you didn't request?
Cybercriminals are disguising their phone numbers as Europol numbers and vishing unsuspecting victims. Can you spot a fake Europol number?
Even big organizations fall victim to phishing attacks, but did you know that the scams they respond to can affect you as well?
You've probably received suspicious emails that appear to come from a trusted source, but have you ever seen a suspicious email that comes from you?
Even though multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a great cybersecurity tool, cybercriminals have found a new method to bypass MFA.
Is your website being used against you? In a recent scam, cybercriminals use contact forms on organizations' websites to install malware.
Can you recognize this decades-old tool that cybercriminals are using for new scams?
QR codes allow you to scan and easily access websites, deals, apps, services, and more. Pretty harmless...right?
While recruitment websites are a great way to find new job opportunities, cybercriminals can use these websites to find new targets.