Ninety-four percent of organisations globally have suffered phishing attacks in the last 12 months and 61% say it is likely or inevitable that they will be hit with an email-borne attack, according to a new survey.
Cyber criminals continue to use email as a primary vehicle to steal data and deliver advanced threats, according to one security firm which reveals that phishing attacks targeting email users were the most prominent type of cyber attack globally in 2018.
Verizon, the largest US telco, has warned that data breaches are on rise around the world but bemoans the fact that despite being repeatedly told organisations don’t seem to be heeding the messages about the risk of attacks and are failing to implement basic defences and training.
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