Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are sophisticated, often multi-component network attacks that, by definition, often go undetected for quite some time.
The 2019 data breach numbers for the healthcare industry drive home both the lack of focus on phishing security and the obvious need for it.
Here are the remaining 5 new approaches for helping organizations improve their phishing security. The threat landscape is changing… are you?
Here are the first 5 of 10 new approaches for helping organizations improve their phishing security. Come back for the remaining 5 in a future blog post.
SlashNext recently discovered a new malicious phishing URL distributed through Google ads being served on the The New York Times website.
Today SOC teams seem to be in a state of flux; where balancing the need for fast, threat remediation is challenged by the volume of threats. Here are some thoughts.
SlashNext recently discovered a new malicious phishing threat that abuses Adobe’s open redirect services. Read our blog for details and how you can stop it.
As more threat actors leverage legitimate infrastructure and manipulate trusted brands, it’s becoming harder and harder to stop these phishing attacks and cybersecurity threats.
Most traditional cybersecurity systems today are just too slow when it comes to detecting threats, and that discovery deficit can exacerbate phishing threats to organizations.