Cybercriminals spoof popular social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube by sending out fake verification emails.
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, what you sell, or how popular you are. Criminals target everyone.
Typically, short message service (SMS) messages are short, vague, and include a link—which makes them great for spoofing!
While you get ready to shop Prime Day deals, the bad guys are getting ready to scam you any way they can. Are you prepared?
Cybercriminals are using this an attack on Twitter as bait for a convincing phishing scam. Don't fall for it!
Working with a third-party organization can be a great help, but what happens if that third party falls victim to a cybersecurity attack?
In early September, a phishing attack surfaced that imitates one of KnowBe4's security awareness training email notifications.
Scammers have come up with yet another Coronavirus-themed attack. This time, they are taking advantage of the race to develop a vaccine.
Voice phishing, or “Vishing”, is a phishing attack via phone. This tactic is used to collect your financial data and other personal info.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact organizations across the globe. This hardship gives cybercriminals the perfect bait: a promise of financial relief. Currently, cybercriminals are impersonating the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) with a very convincing phishing email. While this specific scam targets organizations in the US, this tactic could be used in any...