How To Change Security Behaviors: Social Media

How To Change Security Behaviors: Social Media

Changing behaviors is never an overnight fix. There’s no special formula for an annual training session that will transform employees into security-savvy superhumans ... Read More
How To Avoid Bursting the Buy-In Bubble

How To Avoid Bursting the Buy-In Bubble

You know the feeling. You’re excited about something. It’s new, it’s interesting, and you’re ready to go. But then something happens and all of a sudden that excitement just drains away, to be replaced with a resounding “Meh.” ... Read More
APWG Report Reveals Increased Exploitation of Free Hosting Providers

APWG Report Reveals Increased Exploitation of Free Hosting Providers

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) has released the Phishing Activity Trends Report for the first half of 2017. APWG utilizes reported phishing attacks from multiple data sources to track, analyze, and report on fraud resulting from phishing, crimeware, and email spoofing. The report reveals frequent targeting in Payment, Financial, and ... Read More
"Phish For The Future" is Perfect Example of Advanced Persistent Phishing

“Phish For The Future” is Perfect Example of Advanced Persistent Phishing

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has reported that activists at Free Press and Fight for the Future were hit over the summer with a targeted spear phishing campaign that involved nearly 70 phishing attempts. If you haven't read their report, you should. Very few organizations would come out of the ... Read More
Q1 2017 Phishing Trends & Intelligence Report

Q1 2017 Phishing Trends & Intelligence Report

We all know that the only constant in life is change, but it is often surprising how quickly we must pivot and re-evaluate what we know to be true. In the words of General Shinseki, former U.S. Army Chief of Staff, “I f you don’t like change, you’re going to ... Read More
Statement on Pastebin post claiming PhishLabs data for sale

Statement on Pastebin post claiming PhishLabs data for sale

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On May 29, a post was published on Pastebin [What is Pastebin?] in which an anonymous author claimed to have phished an email account of Joseph Opacki, our VP of Threat Research, and announced unidentified PhishLabs data for sale. As of May 31 at 5 PM Eastern Time (US), we ... Read More