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1 Simple Trick to Avoid Getting Caught in the 2020 Phishing Boom

September 08, 2020
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The 2020 Phishing Boom is One Wave No One Wants To Catch – Here’s How to Dodge It

Phishing is today’s biggest threat – over 80% of cyberattacks are phishing-based and it’s the preferred way for cybercriminals to deploy malware like ransomware. With rising mitigation and recovery costs (not to mention rising breach penalties), no company can afford a phishing-related cybersecurity disaster in today’s economy. Here are 3 ways to avoid becoming the catch of the day in the 2020 phishing boom.

See the Facts About the 2020 Phishing Boom

How do we know that phishing is today’s biggest cybersecurity threat? We did the research to make sure that our strong, dynamic digital risk protection platform is ready for today’s cybersecurity challenges – and we’ve confirmed that this year is a banner year for phishing (and data breaches). Now we’re ready to share the latest statistics for the 2020 phishing boom with you. In our new eBook, you’ll learn:

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Learn to Spot and Stop Phishing Threats With BullPhish ID

Watching out for phishing threats is a lot more difficult than just looking for dodgy email attachments these days – as Twitter found out. Today’s phishing threats include complex social engineering and come in all shapes and sizes, from malicious website links to malignant text messages – and they all pack business email compromise and ransomware danger. Phishing resistance training with BullPhish ID makes staffers more aware of phishing and more likely to avoid phishing traps.

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