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With an alarming 65 percent increase in phishing attempts this past year, chances are you’ve been targeted in a phishing campaign. Hopefully you recognized signs of fraud and quickly deleted the malicious email; however, if you did get fooled, you’re not alone. Seventy-six percent of businesses fell victim to a phishing attack in 2019.

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Open-Source Security Is Opening Eyes

This once unimaginable segment continues to gain credibility, venture-capital backing, and sales.

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Advice for Recognizing and Defending Against Email Account Compromise

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Malicious email is multiplying exponentially due to the COVID-19 crisis - and cyber criminals show no signs of slowing down. In April of 2020, Guardian Digital has identified more phishing emails than in any month prior since the company’s inception in 1999. This alarming trend is consistent with a recent report published by Google, which indicates that from April 9-16, 2020, the tech giant saw 18 million COVID-related phishing and malware attacks daily.

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Over the past few months, you’ve probably become far more aware of your physical health and safety - but how much thought have you given to the security of your business email accounts in this heightened digital threat environment?

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In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, businesses are relying more heavily on cloud email than ever in order to operate in this challenging remote environment. With office employees now becoming remote workers, many organizations are hurriedly moving to vulnerable cloud platforms like Office 365 during this pandemic.

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With many employees working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more organizations than ever are moving to Office 365. Attackers have matched this trend, directing more of their exploits at Office 365 than ever before.

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