MailGuard has intercepted the email shown above, which purports to be from a company in the UAE called Naffco.Read More
The image many businesspeople have of cybercrime is a teenager with a grubby hoody hunched over a laptop hammering code into a flickering screen that’s like something out of The Matrix. The imaginary teen finds a backdoor into a bank’s server admin page, and typing like fury beats the computer in a showdown of quick-draw typing.Read More
MailGuard has detected a new email-based cyber-attack (shown above) telling the recipient they have been sent an invoice by an accountant.
“React promptly to download the invoice,” the deceptive message advises.
Clicking on the link takes the victim of this scam to a malicious website containing a hidden malware payload.Read More
When you consider how central email is to daily business operations, it’s not surprising, that it’s become the most damaging weapon in the cybercrime arsenal.
Every business still relies on email to do the majority of their daily communication. Everything from stationery orders to corporate mergers is organised and negotiated through the humble inbox.
The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has just announced a new division specifically to handle cyber threats against critical infrastructure. The National Risk Management Center will manage cross-sector responses to cyber-threats against vital US assets like the recently exposed attacks against the US power grid.Read More
“As a small business, we find it challenging to identify threats and have measures in place to mitigate them with very limited time/resource.”
“I find the board’s posture is too relaxed, suggesting lack of acute awareness of the real risks.”
“Lack of concern and awareness around the risk and consequence. Directors and management are more concerned about accessibility than protection (until an event occurs, that is...)”Read More
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