You Can’t Always Trust a Dot-Gov Domain

It may be easier than one thinks to register a dot-gov domain, according to KrebsOnSecurity. People have tended to regard urls with the top-level domain dot gov as generally reliable, but this... Read more »

Automated Tailored EBAY Spam Campaign Leads to Risky Sites

Automated spam on eBay is spreading tailored phishing messages offering to promote users’ products, and the links the spammers share can lead to dangerous websites, according to Paul Ducklin at Naked Security.... Read more »

Why Do Organizations Still Under-report Cybercrime?

It’s estimated that organizations aren’t engaging with Law Enforcement when becoming a victim of a cybercrime in large numbers. We cover 5 reasons why organizations don’t. After a confirmed cyberattack, there are... Read more »

Phishing Campaign Impersonates Email Alerts From DHS

An ongoing email-based phishing scam is attempting to fool recipients into opening malicious attachments disguised as notifications from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), according to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security... Read more »