The FBI recently delivered a Private Industry Notification (PIN) in which it pointed to phishing attacks and two new hacker tools that can bypass two-factor authentication.
A recent Fortune article includes a video demo of a new automated phishing attack that hacks two-factor authentication (2FA).
Phishing attacks are quite prevalent during this year’s March Madness tournament. So what can IT security teams do? Here are four things to address to boost phishing security and how to improve your threat intelligence feeds.
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