We are excited to announce that KnowBe4 has been named a leader in the Winter 2022 G2 Grid Report for Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) for the PhishER platform for the third consecutive quarter!
I do not have the data to support my conclusion, but myself and others have noticed the sharp increase in email phishing attempts that include only a phishing message and a phone number to call. There are no embedded links or file attachments, and the subjects are just plausible enough…
Orders of top-selling snack brands from KP Snacks are on hold in the aftermath of a Conti ransomware attack that includes data theft of confidential information.
Check out the 20 new pieces of training content added in January, alongside the always fresh content update highlights and new features.
Researchers at Norton LifeLock have found that web trackers are collecting much more information about users’ browsing activity than had previously been believed. Such trackers can follow users around much of the Internet in order to build a profile about them. The profiles are usually compiled for advertising purposes.
We are excited to announce that the power of AI has been brought to the KnowBe4 Optional Learning feature to offer users suggestions for additional training opportunities.
New analysis of published data from ransomware attacks puts the spotlight on the potential that some of your most critical data stolen puts you materially at risk of another attack.
With the lines increasingly blurred between whether a cyber attack is “state sponsored” or just a malicious group of individuals, we’re likely going to see more denials of claims.
Video game maker Electronic Arts (EA) has stated that around fifty high-profile accounts for the soccer game FIFA 22 were hacked after attackers manipulated the company’s customer service employees.
A new advisory warns of a scam that can affect literally anyone designed as a precursor to additional vishing scams and/or to perform Gmail account takeovers.
Scammers are using the professional-looking stickers to point those parking to an alternate pay site to collect credit card details in the perfect situation where victims would be none the wiser.
A new joint cybersecurity advisory from CISA, the FBI, and the NSA cautions organizations against Russian-based attacks and provides mitigations to be implemented.
The weakest part of your cybersecurity can be identified by looking at how cyberattacks take place, and how well your defenses stand up. But did you know the answer comes from the year 1885?
At the core of every phishing scam is a combination of a bunch of lies and (sometimes) a few truths. A new focus on better defining the misuse of information provides insight into why phishing works.
With the news focused on just a few key ransomware strains, it’s understandable to think you’ll never be a target. But newly-released data shows who’s doing the attacking and who’s being targeted.