A huge uptick in email-based fraud attempts has continued, with an enormous distribution of fake Origin Energy invoices containing malware. Read more
It’s lunchtime, but Stephen is behind after the holiday break. He grabs a sandwich, returns to his desk, has a quick browse of Facebook and checks his personal email before getting back to his to-do list.
A new spin on an old malware scam that we haven’t seen for a while has begun circulating. In what may be the precursor to a larger run, scammers are now revisiting the use of invoice attachments to engage their target.
There is an old adage that it takes years to build a good reputation and mere seconds to destroy it. But what if you’re a big business whose reputation has sustained damage from elements outside of your control?
A new threat purporting to be from Amazon Web Services (AWS) is targeting IT professionals, with a new phishing email designed to trick technical staff into handing over account and credit card details to cyber criminals.
The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.