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The 11 Types of Reported Emails

Posted by Elliot Volkman on Jan 18, '18

You receive an email, you are unfamiliar with the sender’s name or email address, and they are offering you a new service or deal on something. Is it malicious? Not necessarily. Perhaps you forgot about signing up for a newsletter a while back.

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Topics: Phishing, security awareness training, Threat Monitor

What Type of Emails Get Reported the Most?

Posted by Elliot Volkman on Jan 16, '18

In anticipation of our previous threat monitoring and forensics webinar we asked the Twitterverse what happens after they report a suspicious email. Does it fall into a black hole? Does IT check it out to mitigate potential impact? The results are in, and interestingly a majority of polled respondents simply don’t know what happens to their emails after they report it.

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Topics: security awareness training, business email compromise, Threat Monitor

You Reported a Potential Phish, Now What? [Webinar Recap]

Posted by Elliot Volkman on Dec 28, '17

Have you ever wondered what happens after a phish gets reported? Does it simply fall into a blackhole? That’s what PhishLabs set out to answer during this month’s webinar. 

As you are likely aware, 95 percent of data breaches, an event that occurs on a daily basis, are the direct result of phishing attacks. For as old as phishing is, it continues to be a cyber security threat because it continues to be effective and technology alone can’t combat email attacks. This is not to mention the rise in other phishing attempts through the likes of social media, messengers, and even gaming systems. 

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Topics: Phish, Webinar, Threat Monitor

   

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