According to statista.com IT Security spending in 2018 in the United States alone will reach $66B - an incredible number.
It's every internet security professional’s nightmare scenario. A phishing email has gotten past your anti-email phishing software and someone's clicked on it. Whether it's malware, ransomware, or something worse, your reputation and maybe even your job may be on the line.
“I took a screenshot through the camera of your device, synchronizing with what you are watching... I think that you do not want all your contacts to get these files, right? If you are of the same opinion, then I think that $811 is quite a fair price to destroy the dirt I created.”
Trends in Phishing Emails Hitting Businesses Today
In law enforcement circles, sophisticated email phishing schemes are known as "business email compromise." More commonly called CEO Fraud or CFO fraud, they are targeting C-suites executives with increasing effectiveness.
What is Phishing?
Phishing is an all too common cyber attack using deceptive emails, malware, and websites to gather personal information. Hackers use this tactic to gain access to business systems, con someone into clicking on a link that downloads malware, or trick someone into acting.