Cybercriminals are increasingly posing as multi-factor authentication vendors and small businesses are becoming more popular targets, according to VIPRE. Attachment-based malspam is on the rise Financial institutions (48%) are still the most targeted sector by a wide margin. Insider attacks now take on average 85 days to contain – up from 77 days the previous year. The most common phishing links are compromised websites (52%), newly registered domains (39%), and subdomain cybersquatting (9%). The report … More
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