Catch of The Day Insuphishent Funds

Posted by Stephen Ferrell

How to Spot a Fraudulent Email 

How fraudulent is this email? Let us count the ways! It looks harmless and seems to be from your payroll company, kindly alerting you about insufficient funds. The email sender is “Intuit Payroll Services”, and the email bears the Intuit logo and company trademark notes. Maybe there is more information in the attachment... Wait, don’t open that! 

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Topics: phishing attack, phishing attempt, catch of the day, email security

It Does No Good to Implement an Email Security Solution After An Attack

Posted by Stephen Ferrell

Before people put locks on doors - there was the day before people put locks on doors. ‘The day before’ likely ended up with more than a few household goods getting crated off down the street.

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Topics: phishing attack, email security

What Is Your Organization Doing to Address Email Security?

Posted by Catherine Young

Email phishing attacks continue to be the most prevalent way cyber criminals are stealing credentials, launching malware, and breaching computer networks.  Email is almost always the point of entry.  The FBI calls these attempts Business Email Compromise (BEC) and they account for more than a billion dollars in losses for U.S. businesses each year.

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Topics: email security