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Remote Workers Bombarded With 65,000 Google-Branded Cyber Attacks In First Four Months Of 2020

Remote workers have been targeted by up to 65,000 Google-brand impersonation attacks, according to the most recent ‘Threat Spotlight’ report from Barracuda Networks. This type of spear phishing scam uses branded sites to trick victims into sharing login credentials. Of the nearly 100,000 form-based attacks Barracuda detected between January 1, 2020, and April 30, 2020, …

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How SharePoint Makes Remote Working Easier

Right now we’re all looking at hybrid setups. The perfect technology that allows you to collaborate and work efficiently, whether you’re working from home or at your workplace. We think SharePoint could be the perfect solution for your business. And we’ve created this new video to tell you why.

New HMRC SMS Phishing Scam Targets Self-Employed Workers

Cyber-criminals have launched a new phishing scam designed to steal personal and financial details of self-employed workers using the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) during the COVID-19 outbreak. The scam was uncovered by litigation company Griffin Law and begins with a text message sent to self-employed workers offering a tax rebate purporting to be from HMRC. This is in …

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41% Of UK Workers Haven’t Received Adequate Cybersecurity Training

An average of 41% of UK employees across all sectors have not received adequate cybersecurity training, which is leaving businesses and individuals vulnerable to attacks, according to a new study by Specops Software. Travel and hospitality was the sector with the worst record, with 84% of staff stating they have not received sufficient training. The findings …

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46% Of SMEs Sharing Confidential Files By Email During Lockdown

Nearly half (46%) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) regularly share confidential files via email, including financial and employee data in spreadsheets, according to a new study from the Lanop Accountancy Group. This is despite the fact that 60% have not upgraded their organizations’ cybersecurity capabilities since shifting to remote working during COVID-19. In a survey of …

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Foodora Data Breach Impacts Customers In 14 Countries

Online food delivery service Delivery Hero has confirmed a data breach affecting its Foodora brand. The cybersecurity incident has exposed the account details of hundreds of thousands of customers in 14 different countries. Delivery Hero told Infosecurity Magazine that the exposed data consists of “unique email addresses as well as certain customer details: encrypted password hashes, name, first name, delivery address, and phone …

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