Stephen Burke highlights how the 'cyber-scum' among us see decent humans beings looking to helps as an opportunity for fraud. Unfortunately disaster related phishing scams are all too frequent
An earlier Mimecast survey revealed that 54 percent of organisations in the UK reported an increase in email-based phishing attacks and that 92 percent of ransomware attacks globally were delivered by email.
The latest figures show that Business email Compromise attacks have spiked enormously recently. In this context Stephen Burke talking to SC Media, explains why the main focus for companies must be to help their staff know what to look for which can be done through email security awareness training but more importantly, through regularly testing staff with mock phishing tests.
Stephen Burke contributes to a recent article in SC Media on No-link CEO fraud scams and how they target junior staff who are the least likely people with a question back to the CEO 'Do you really want me to do that ?'
49 experts including our own Stephen Burke discuss what the Top Cybersecurity concerns should be in the Encrpyt Verdict article. In Stephen's view Phishing and the newly developing Smishing threat are still the key concerns.
In an Article in TEISS - TSB today warned that malicious cyber criminals could be targeting customers with phishing emails by masquerading as the bank itself to make them divulge their account details, security PINs or passwords.
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While cyber security executives and business decision makers are grappling with the question of whether phishing emails or ransomware attacks are the most potent threats faced by their organisations, the real question is whether businesses are equipped to implement all-round risk mitigation strategies to prevent or to respond to all kinds of emerging threats.
Good quality cybersecurity training is an essential part of any business, but while many companies believe they have it covered, what they are really providing is simply an exercise in box-ticking. Lucy Ingham speaks to Stephen Burke, CEO of Cyber Risk Aware, to find out what needs to change to ensure true employee cybersecurity awareness is being achieved.
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