Phishing scams continue to plague the internet in 2022, more now than ever. This article explores the latest data and current trends and shows you how to avoid a phishing attack today.
Cybercrime consultants have found over a million discrete phishing attacks perpetrated this year, which is up by 61% in the same time period in 2021.
In a recent sophisticated phishing attack, customers of the Dutch bank MKB were targeted with a fake newsletter that purported to be from MKB.
The newsletter asked customers to follow a link to find out more about how the bank was supporting customers through the pandemic. The link took victims to a phony authorization page that stole their Outlook login credentials.
This is the kind of cybercrime that was on the rise in 2022.
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