Phishing and other social engineering assaults are frequently integrated with additional threats including malware, code injection, and network attacks.
Phishing will continue to be a persistent problem as it is versatile, cost-effective, and highly scalable thus proving to be effective for scammers to gain access to the organization’s network system.
Phishing attacks are a 30-year old problem but come 2021, we're seeing newer versions of the age-old scam. Artificial intelligence is the new age cybersecurity warrior - but can it actually help?
I’m sure you’ve heard of the ‘Nigerian Prince’ email scam where scammers try to solicit personal details from you. A couple of years back, such emails became way too frequent, with many people getting scammed for thousands of dollars. These are known as phishing scams but come 2021,
The major weakness of the strong password isn’t the one stated above, but the false sense of security it gives users.
The rise in the number of hacking events and data breaches are a concern and often forces one to think about the price we might have to pay for this seamless connectivity with the world?