RANSOMWARE AND SOCIAL ENGINEERING TRENDS

As the weather warms up, going out for a day of fishing may become more common. Cybercriminals think so too, as phishing attacks remain at the top of the list in DNSFilter’s State of Internet Security Q1 2023 report. The report showed a “61.39% increase in traffic leading to websites containing threats between October 2022 and March 2023,” and named malware as the second threat behind phishing, with new domains in third. Employees should remain vigilant in vetting emails they receive by not clicking on suspicious links and checking with their IT department when they receive enticing emails or opportunities from outside organizations.

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