Q3 2022 Content Recap: 5 Blog Posts to Check Out
To help ensure you have the opportunity to read the latest cybersecurity news and updates, we’ve compiled a few posts from the last quarter that you can use to improve security in your organization.
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Our blog posts explore the latest trends, discuss emerging threats, and offer valuable advice—all to help ensure security professionals have the information they need to keep their organizations safe.
To that end, we wanted to make sure you have the opportunity to read the latest news and updates, which is why we’ve compiled a few posts from the last quarter that you can use to improve security in your organization.
Starting in January 2022 (and continuing every month since), threat actors have impersonated third parties more than internal employees in business email compromise (BEC) attacks. Understanding the ways cybercriminals execute these sophisticated BEC attacks is key to preventing your organization from falling victim to one. Learn more about the four subsets of financial supply chain compromise.
Credential theft opens the door to more damaging and costly attacks, which means taking steps to block phishing emails must be a top priority in 2022. Phishing emails are designed to evade traditional email security solutions, and modern threat actors use a variety of tactics to make them as convincing as possible. Discover what you can do to protect your organization.
Account takeover attacks are both relatively easy to execute and incredibly difficult for secure email gateways (SEGs) to detect. And once an account has been compromised, it can lead to invoice fraud, data breaches, and more—making account takeover possibly the most dangerous email-based threat. Learn how threat actors compromise accounts and what you can do to reduce your risk.
The standard approaches to managing unwanted mail that rely on static rules and policies, spam digests, and quarantine portals are neither practical nor scalable. And ignoring the issue will only lead to overflowing employee inboxes, wasted time, and lower productivity. Discover how innovative organizations use an API-driven, AI-based approach to limit time-wasting promotional emails.
Retailers are popular targets for sophisticated attacks like business email compromise, supply chain compromise, and account takeovers. In fact, retailers have an 81% chance of receiving a business email compromise attack each week. And between 2018 and 2022, socially-engineered attacks targeting retail organizations increased by 123%. Learn five essential measures retailers should adopt to reduce their vulnerability to email attacks.
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