Cyber-Threat Report - The Phishing Issue

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The reality is that phishing is not going away. Research from government agencies and IT industry analysts demonstrates that phishing attacks are highly successful and on the rise.
Phishing provides a robust ROI to the criminal gangs behind it, as barriers to entry have fallen and the ‘phishing-as-a-service’ economy has evolved to lower costs and make it possible for even the non-technical aspiring criminal to get into the game.

To begin to stem the increasingly negative impact of phishing, companies must recognize that no single security control is 100% effective and take a defense-in-depth approach to email security.

This white paper explores recent trends in phishing, provides insight into the latest tactics phishers are using to evade detection and outlines why some industries are more at risk than others.

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