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Secure O365 and Secure G Suite for Your Enterprise

Posted by James Locus on Mar 9, 2020

Bad actors never rest

Creating legitimate-looking fake communications from Google or Microsoft is easy and inexpensive. Novice attackers with little or no coding experience can purchase phishing packs on the dark web that they can customize and then send emails to specific targets based on social engineering intelligence. Free and compromised accounts can also be used as an attack vector , hosting documents that contain malware or links to fake web forms or other malicious sites.

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Tags: email attachments, email threats, malicious links, Isolation Core

Only 4 percent of users click on phishing emails. Yet those 4 percent never learn..

Posted by Mehul Patel on Apr 16, 2019

Working as a cybersecurity warrior has its perks. We’re on the front lines of an increasingly critical and dynamic battlefield, pitting increasingly sophisticated threats against increasingly sophisticated defenses. We’re doing important work, and it can be very rewarding.

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Tags: email attachments, phishing training, phishing, malware, cyber attack, malicious links

Christmas, a time for giving…and patching? Really?

Posted by Menlo Security on Dec 20, 2018

A series of zero-day attacks seems to be a leading indicator of what's in store for IE in 2019!

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Tags: browser isolation, vulnerabilities, malicious links

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