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Scam of the Week: “Are you human?” New Attack Uses a CAPTCHA as Camouflage
Scam of the Week: “Are you human?” New Attack Uses a CAPTCHA as Camouflage Tue, Sep 01, 2020 Have you ever found yourself staring at a wobbly letter trying to decide if it is an X or a Y, just to prove to a website that you’re not a robot? This funny little test is called a CAPTCHA and it is used to help prevent automated malicious sof... Read More

Scam of the Week: Cybercriminals are Getting Creative with Canva
Scam of the Week: Cybercriminals are Getting Creative with Canva Tue, Aug 25, 2020 Cybercriminals often use legitimate websites in their phishing attacks as a way to get around the security systems that your organization has in place. A recent example of this is the use of Canva, a popular graphic design platform. Canva provides us... Read More

Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Financial Relief Scam Targeting Organizations
Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Financial Relief Scam Targeting Organizations Tue, Aug 18, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact organizations across the globe. This hardship gives cybercriminals the perfect bait: a promise of financial relief. Currently, cybercriminals are impersonating the United States Small Business Administrati... Read More

Keep Devices and Software Up to Date
Keep Devices and Software Up to Date Tue, Aug 11, 2020 You know that little pop-up prompting you to restart your computer for a software update? The one that only seems to come up when you’re in the middle of something important? As annoying as it may seem, this notification is actually a valuable ... Read More

Scam of the Week: Sneaky “Service Desk” Scam
Scam of the Week: Sneaky “Service Desk” Scam Tue, Aug 04, 2020 A new phishing attack is using a number of tactics to trick unsuspecting users into handing over their login credentials. The email claims you have unread emails due to your cloud storage being full. It then gives you options to resolve the issue. Cl... Read More

Scam of the Week: Not So Fast! Is Your Zoom Account Really Suspended?
Scam of the Week: Not So Fast! Is Your Zoom Account Really Suspended? Tue, Jul 21, 2020 Whether you are commuting to an office or working from home, millions of employees rely on video conferencing apps like Zoom, to stay connected. If you were suddenly notified that your Zoom account had been suspended, how eager would you be to resolv... Read More

KnowBe4 Security Tips - How to Stay Safe While Working from Home
KnowBe4 Security Tips - How to Stay Safe While Working from Home Tue, Jul 14, 2020 You may work remotely on a regular basis or you may have been mandated to work remotely due to unexpected circumstances. Either way, working from home can feel much different from working in an office. You could find yourself snacking more often, get... Read More

Scam of the Week: Survey Says… It’s a Scam
Scam of the Week: Survey Says… It’s a Scam Tue, Jul 07, 2020 Some retailers use online surveys to learn more about their customers. Completed surveys are often rewarded with small consolations, like a coupon. Sounds fun, right? The bad guys sure think so! Scammers are posing as well-known brands and sending em... Read More

Scam of the Week: Phony LogMeIn Security Updates
Scam of the Week: Phony LogMeIn Security Updates Tue, Jun 30, 2020 LogMeIn is a popular remote access tool used by IT professionals to gain entry to their employees’ machines. These tools are especially popular right now with so many people working remotely. Unfortunately, with popularity, comes risk. Cybercri... Read More

Scam of the Week: SpaceX YouTube Scam
Scam of the Week: SpaceX YouTube Scam Tue, Jun 23, 2020 Scammers recently hijacked three YouTube channels and used them to collect nearly $150,000 in cryptocurrency. Read More

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