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Email Scams: Phishing for Victims in Election Year
 January 9th, 2020

Email Scams: Phishing for Victims in Election Year

The 2020 election is closely approaching in the US. That means continuing cybersecurity concerns for both citizens and governments. While election interference from foreign actors is a forgone conclusion, there are numerous other reasons for [...]

 December 5th, 2019

Color Schemes: Detecting Logos in Phishing Attacks

If a staff member correctly identifies and reports a phishing email, it’s your lucky day—you and your business just dodged a bullet. Unfortunately, even phishing attacks that are reported and blocked can reappear, even in [...]

Anatomy of a Phishing Email
 November 21st, 2019

Anatomy of a Phishing Email

Recognizing a phishing email isn’t as easy as it used to be. From clean, error-free text to sharp brand logos and images, the new phishing attacks are highly successful at fooling both savvy users and [...]

 October 24th, 2019

Healthcare Phishing: Protecting SMBs From Targeted Office 365 Attacks

While it doesn’t get the media attention of attacks on large healthcare organizations, cyberattacks on small, private healthcare organizations are a daily occurrence. With lower budgets than large healthcare organizations, small to midsized (SMB) healthcare [...]

 October 10th, 2019

The Art of Deception in Social Media Phishing

The growth of social media phishing can be largely attributed to the broadening reach of social media companies like Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. All have branched out considerably, with expanded features and integration with third-party [...]

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 October 3rd, 2019

5 Common Phishing Techniques

Most email security filters are highly effective at ensuring that spam messages never make it to the inbox. However, they’re far less effective at blocking phishing, which has proven to be a more difficult issue [...]

 September 19th, 2019

How MSPs Can Sell Cybersecurity to Overly Optimistic SMBs

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: “It won’t happen to us.” This is a common refrain among SMBs that are reluctant to invest in cybersecurity. Other objections to purchasing new cybersecurity solutions include [...]

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