One of the most common ways that bad guys sneak malware onto your computer is through macro-enabled Excel files. Can you spot this scam?
Bad guys will be sure to exploit Sean Connery's death in a number of ways. Be extra cautious of any mention of Sean Connery.
Cybercriminals spoof popular social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube by sending out fake verification emails.
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.
Have you ever found yourself staring at a wobbly letter trying to decide if it is an X or a Y, just to prove to a website that you’re not a robot? This funny little test is called a CAPTCHA and it is used to help prevent automated malicious software, known as “bots”, from accessing...
Cybercriminals often use legitimate websites in their phishing attacks as a way to get around the security systems that your organization has in place. A recent example of this is the use of Canva, a popular graphic design platform. Canva provides users with a variety of ways to create and share visual content. Cybercriminals are...