One of the biggest challenges in cybersecurity is keeping up with the new attacks that criminals are creating.
2020 exacerbated this challenge, as cybercriminals continued to launch new, opportunistic cyber threats, cruelly exploiting fears and uncertainty around COVID-19. Email-borne cybercrime continues to be a significant concern for businesses. Microsoft reports that over 13B malicious and suspicious emails were blocked in the past year, out of which more than 1B were URLs set up for the explicit purpose of launching a phishing credential attack.
To help, Microsoft security teams & experts have been actively monitoring and sharing insights related to the threat landscape and releasing timely updates & resources throughout the year. Our latest whitepaper, ‘Staying cyber safe in 2021 & beyond: Key insights from Microsoft leaders’, includes a list of key takeaways summarising some of those insights.
We encourage you to download this whitepaper and share it with your customers as you continue conversing with them about navigating the cyber challenges of a new, post-pandemic world in 2021, and beyond.
Together, let’s continue collaborating and learning from one another to protect our customers from cybercrime.
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