WARNING: Americans’ Password Habits are Horrible, Putting Organizations at Risk

New data shows the average American uses short, uncomplicated, and often predictable passwords, practices which only increase the insecurity of corporate user accounts. Today, the password is a primary means of authenticating... Read more »

New Ransomware, OldGremlin, Coming Soon to an Organization Near You!

Pay attention to this one. Despite only targeting Russian companies, the use of custom self-made malware and decidedly creative phishing campaigns makes them a potential danger. OldGremlin first showed in in late... Read more »

The Risk of Redirector Domains in Phishing Attacks

Researchers at GreatHorn warn that a large-scale phishing campaign is using open redirects to evade email security filters. Open redirects allow attackers to take a URL from a non-malicious website and tack... Read more »

Threat Actors Take Advantage of Exchange Online and Outlook on the Web with New Levels of Sophistication

New insight from Accenture Security highlights specific ways attackers are changing their tactics to make Microsoft’s email platform a tool rather than an obstacle for phishing attacks. We all tend to think... Read more »