Email fraud, also known as business email compromise (BEC), is one of today’s greatest cyber threats facing organizations. These socially engineered attacks seek to exploit people rather than technology.
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We are pleased to announce Proofpoint has completed its Wombat Security Technologies, Inc. acquisition—marking a new day in the security awareness and phishing simulation space.
The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang are underway but attempts at cyber fraud related to their domain identity appears to have been in the works for some time. The South Korean city was officially named as the Olympic host in 2011.
Hashtags are a great way to promote your brand on social media. They create buzz, help fans follow your company’s activity, and encourage engagement. But brand hashtags can also put your organization at risk.
Proofpoint is pleased to announce it has just been named to CRN’s 20 Coolest Cloud Security Vendors Of 2018 and is recognized for fuelin
Email Fraud Attackers Grow More Sophisticated as the Average Number of Identities Spoofed per Organization Doubled in Q4
Email fraud is more pervasive than ever. Companies of all sizes, in all industry verticals, and in all locations are at risk of falling victim to these highly-targeted, socially engineered attacks.
In what has become an all-too-familiar story, a ransomware attack unfortunately hit a healthcare provider in Indiana. Below are the attack details and four ransomware recommendations to help your organization prepare.
As we begin a new year, it’s time to make sure your organization is prepared to protect itself against the latest digital and social media threats. Do you know what to watch out for? Are you ready for a social media hack? Do you have a plan?
At this time last year, Proofpoint’s threat intelligence team was seeing sustained malvertising campaigns distributing a variety of exploit kits, big increases in email campaigns carrying ransomware payloads, and a huge jump in attacks via social media and mobile devices.