Phishing is when a person sends you a fake email while posing as someone else. They are hoping you'll open a harmful attachment or click a malicious link.
Eliminating Cybersecurity Risks for Your Business
The comprehensive guide to phishing for business owners: Everything you need to know to safeguard your team and data
You probably have heard about phishing.
It occurs when someone impersonates another person and sends you a fake email. They are counting on you to open a harmful attachment or click a malicious link.
Phishing scams are one of the biggest security threats to your business right now.
A massive 83% of organizations said they suffered successful attacks last year. And with just under a third of phishing emails being opened, the chances that someone in your business will be fooled are high.
But to make matters more difficult, cyber criminals have borrowed a technique from ransomware groups that is designed to panic people into acting and giving away their login details.
This new kind of phishing attack begins like most others.
Do you know that PayPal is one of the world’s most popular online payment methods? Thus, it is also the most impersonated one in terms of financial phishing emails due to its 392 million users and businesses who held an account.
Have you heard of a cyber-crime called phishing.