Cybercriminals are impersonating process servers to trick people into providing sensitive information, as warned by the Better Business Bureau.
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Cybercriminals use official logos and promotional materials in phishing emails to impersonate real organizations, such as the recent scam targeting Delta Airlines, which aims to steal sensitive information by luring users to a malicious website.
Cybercriminals can impersonate your friends or family members by using information from social media to scam you emotionally into wiring money for transportation while pretending to be in need.
There are three cloud architectures – cloud ready, cloud agnostic, and cloud native – with most organizations ideally seeking a combination of all three, and a component of cloud native, for optimal cloud solutions.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a rising threat to many organizations in which cybercriminals impersonate individuals to exploit trust.
Cybercriminals are now using obfuscated links to steal information by hiding IP addresses instead of URLs, making it difficult for users to verify the legitimacy of links sent in urgent emails.
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