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23 Sep 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week KnowBe4 Third Party Phishing
Security Tip of the Week – Third Party Phishing

Working with a third-party organization can be a great help, but what happens if that third party falls victim to a cybersecurity attack?

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16 Sep 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week KnowBe4 Training Notification Phishing Scam
Security Tip of the Week – Training Notifications from KnowBe4’s Evil Twin

In early September, a phishing attack surfaced that imitates one of KnowBe4's security awareness training email notifications.

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08 Sep 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week COVID-19 Vaccine Phishing Scam
Security Tip of the Week – Urgent Letter Scam: New COVID-19 Approved Vaccine

Exploiting the Coronavirus: “New Approved Vaccines” Infect Your System with Malware The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many creative phishing attacks such as phony offers for free testing, claims that you have come in contact with an infected person, and even accusations that you have violated health and safety protocols. Scammers have come up with...

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25 Aug 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Netflix Scam Using CAPTCHA as Camouflage
Security Tip of the Week – New Netflix-Themed Attack Uses a CAPTCHA as Camouflage

Have you ever found yourself staring at a wobbly letter trying to decide if it is an X or a Y, just to prove to a website that you’re not a robot? This funny little test is called a CAPTCHA and it is used to help prevent automated malicious software, known as “bots”, from accessing...

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18 Aug 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Malicious Document Using Canva
Security Tip of the Week – Cybercriminals are Getting Creative with Canva

Cybercriminals often use legitimate websites in their phishing attacks as a way to get around the security systems that your organization has in place. A recent example of this is the use of Canva, a popular graphic design platform. Canva provides users with a variety of ways to create and share visual content. Cybercriminals are...

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11 Aug 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Financial Relief Phishing Scam
Security Tip of the Week – Financial Relief Scam Targeting Organizations

The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact organizations across the globe. This hardship gives cybercriminals the perfect bait: a promise of financial relief. Currently, cybercriminals are impersonating the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) with a very convincing phishing email. While this specific scam targets organizations in the US, this tactic could be used in any...

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04 Aug 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Malicious App Phishing Scam
Security Tip of the Week – Malicious App Phishing Scam

We live in an app-based world. From laptops to smart TVs, applications are used nearly everywhere. Learning which is a safe or a malicious app can be tricky as cybercriminals continue to find new ways to exploit your trust. The latest scam involves third-party apps that request unusual permissions. Users are easily fooled into downloading...

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28 Jul 2020
SOTW-Service Desk Scam - Website
Security Tip of the Week – Sneaky “Service Desk” Attack

  A new phishing attack is using a number of tactics to trick unsuspecting users into handing over their login credentials. The email claims you have unread emails due to your cloud storage being full. It then gives you options to resolve the issue. Clicking on either link sends you to a phony login page...

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14 Jul 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Zoom Account Suspension Scam
Security Tip of the Week – Zoom Account Suspension Scam

Whether you are commuting to an office or working from home, millions of employees rely on video conferencing apps like Zoom, to stay connected. If you were suddenly notified that your Zoom account had been suspended, how eager would you be to resolve the problem? Cybercriminals assume you’ll be quick to respond. In fact, they...

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07 Jul 2020
Cybersecurity Scam of the Week Dropbox Pandemic Relief
Security Tip of the Week – Dropbox Pandemic Relief Scam

This Week’s Security Tip:  A new phishing email—seemingly sent from your local government funding agency—is offering phony relief grants to those in need. What makes this scam especially sneaky is that the bad guys use a Dropbox link to disguise their malicious attachment. Dropbox is a legitimate and commonly-used file sharing service. Therefore, the email...

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