The Beginner’s Guide to Mitigating Phishing Attacks
According to the FBI, U.S. businesses alone suffer from nearly $343k in damages every hour from phishing – and this number has been going up year over year for the last five years. Phishing by definition is a fraudulent attempt to gain access to sensitive data and leverage such data for malicious purposes. Most commonly this is done by disguising malicious links to distributed malware.
In this webinar, Corin Imai, Senior Security Advisor at DomainTools will take a look at the steps to executing a phishing attack and the potential ways to help mitigate the risk.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Real world examples of attacks leveraging phishing vectors
- 5 steps of executing a phishing attack – if I can do it, surely anyone can
- 5 ways to mitigate your risk of a phishing attack