Phishing Attacks Using PDF Files Have Skyrocketed

Phishing attacks using PDF files have spiked over the past year, according to researchers at Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42. “From 2019-20, we noticed a dramatic 1,160% increase in malicious PDF files... Read more »

Microsoft Dominates as the Most Impersonated Brand in Phishing Attacks

New data from phishing detection vendor Inky highlights which brands are most often used by cybercriminals in phishing attacks that will give them the edge needed for a successful phish. If you... Read more »

Optrics Insider – How to Stay Safe Against Phishing Attacks & Social Engineering

 Join Scott Young from Optrics Engineering and  Mike Brill from KnowBe4 as they discuss the latest Zoom phishing attacks  and social engineering and how best to keep you and your staff... Read more »

Running Headfirst Into a Breach

The pandemic changed the fortunes of many organisations. Perhaps none so much as Zoom, which has found itself becoming a noun synonymous with any form of video call. However, its meteoric rise... Read more »