There has been a massive rise in email impersonation attacks — where a cyber criminal attempts to impersonate a trusted individual — around the world, as organisations fight a seemingly losing battle to prevent malicious emails from breaking through security systems.
Cloud security provider Mimecast and phishing defence solutions vendor PhishMe have collaborated to integrate educational security content to help organisations improve employee awareness of common email-borne attacks.
Cybercriminals have become more sophisticated and insidious by constantly revising, updating and re-inventing their tactics and technologies to launch attacks.
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