The State Of Financial Phishing
Phishing attacks always start with a scheme to trick consumers into thinking they are doing business with a company or organization that they already trust. Hackers create websites that impersonate financial institutions and then steal sensitive information such as credit card and banking data that consumers openly share. Phishing attacks are extremely costly for consumers and banks – both monetarily and reputationally. A phishing attack greatly damages trust and brand reputations.
How To Measure What Hackers Know About You
Companies invest in cyber security to protect themselves against cyber attacks. They get cyber security products / solutions from SIEM solutions, SOC services to Firewalls, IPS/IDS devices, etc. to detect and remediate cyber incidents. With all these security measures, how safe are you? Is there a way to measure it? Or in other words, is it possible to assess your cyber risk? Sure once-a-year penetration tests and risk assessments through internal audits give some answers, but an outside-in approach with easyto-understand monitoring helps you understand your cyber security posture. In order to do that, you need to see what hackers see…