Security is now a $10 billion business for Microsoft, and the company is a leader in five Gartner Magic Quadrants—access management, endpoint management tools, cloud access security brokers, enterprise information archiving, and
The annual Internet Crime Report from the FBI shows that phishing was the most common type of cybercrime last year—nearly doubling in frequency from 2019. Making matters worse, there were nearly 11
On March 17, the FBI released its seminal annual Internet Crime Report. Once again, socially-engineered attacks (including business email compromise, spoofing and phishing) by far were the number one cybercrime by financial
The threat actor behind the SolarWinds attack, the Russian-based Nobelium, has orchestrated another successful vendor email compromise attack, this time targeting the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). According to Microsoft’s
As the details emerge on the ransomware attack that sent a major U.S. oil pipeline operated by Colonial Pipeline offline for a week, what we do know is that the likelihood the
On Thursday, April 29th Abnormal Security’s CEO, Evan Reiser, and MassMutual’s Head of Security Operations Center, Eric Guzek, will present at the FS-ISAC Spring Virtual Summit on new approaches to preventing vendor
The risk of unwittingly interacting with impersonated or compromised vendors remains high as cyber criminals continue to leverage the supply chain to carry out attacks. A recent New York Times article based
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