Professional Security Magazine Online | Control the phish

Richard Walters, CTO, Censornet, pictured, discusses how to stay in control of your inbox.

The UK Government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022 revealed that the most common threat vector for cyber attacks is still phishing attempts (83 per cent). However, it is the increasing creativity of phishing attacks that is particularly alarming. For example, the ongoing, large-scale Microsoft phishing campaign, in which criminals have found a sly way to exploit flawed Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). This has emphasised the need for integrated platforms that protect organisations even if one feature is circumvented by hackers.

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