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QR Codes That Aren't Cool Webinar

Threat adversaries have pivoted their credential phishing and BEC tactics in order to bypass security stacks. In this video, Fortra’s Advanced Email Security expert, Dr. Steve Jeffery, discusses how the QR code has become the carrier of choice for delivering payloads via email and what your organization needs to put in place to stop them. You’ll learn: How human and machine mitigations help...
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DMARC Revisited: Email Authentication in 2024

Implementing DMARC is one of the simplest ways to prevent email spoofing and ensure consistent email deliverability. Agari DMARC Protection will lead you through a safe and efficient DMARC implementation with features that allow you to: Catalogue and authenticate all legitimate senders–both 3rd-party and internal Navigate past common authentication pitfalls Comply with today’s major email...
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Is Microsoft Email Security Enough in 2024?

As Microsoft’s security capabilities continue to evolve, many organizations are questioning how much they should rely on Microsoft for their email security needs. Watch this webinar to hear Fortra experts discuss enterprise email security requirements and how Microsoft fits into the equation and where it falls short, along with: How to evaluate Microsoft’s role in your email security stack ...
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What Is Whaling Phishing & How Does It Work?

“Whaling” phishing fraud attacks target the C-suite of a company which creates high risk of extremely sensitive, mission-critical data being stolen and exposed. Fortunately, protecting the organization from these attacks is possible.Whaling phishing is a type of phishing attack targeting larger, high-value targets, which is why it's called "Whaling." Attackers themselves often pretend to be C...
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The “i'’s” Have It: How BEC Scammers Validate New Targets with Blank Emails

Have you ever received a blank email from someone you don’t know? If you have, it may have been from a cybercriminal making sure your email account is legitimate prior to a Business Email Compromise (BEC) attack. Agari and PhishLabs define BEC as any response-based spear phishing attack involving the impersonation of a trusted party to trick victims into making an unauthorized financial...
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What is Account Takeover?

TranscriptAccount takeover is a type of attack technique where a cybercriminal will initially compromise an email account, and then use that legitimate email account to launch subsequent attacks such as business email compromise, and spear phishing.Agari stops email account takeover by scrutinizing the sender of the email sent to the recipient. They'll leverage...
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What is Spear Phishing?

VP Channel Marketing, Mandeep Khera, discusses why traditional security controls cannot stop modern spear phishing attacks.
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Anatomy of a Compromised Account

Credential phishing leads to compromised accounts, and compromised accounts lead to more credential phishing. In order to uncover the mechanics, the Agari Cyber Intelligence Division seeded more than 8,000 phishing sites with fake credentials and then monitored what happened next. In this report, you’ll discover more about how cybercriminals access and use compromised accounts, including How...
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Scattered Canary Threat Dossier

Business email compromise (BEC) has continued to grow into a billion-dollar industry as cybercriminals turn to it as their preferred scam. But with the West African gang we’ve named Scattered Canary, we have deeper insight into how BEC is connected to the rest of cybercrime, and why it has grown in recent years. Download the threat dossier to learn: How Scattered Canary grew from a one-man...
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Cosmic Lynx Threat Dossier: The Rise of Russian BEC

Cosmic Lynx is a Russia-based BEC cybercriminal organization that has significantly impacted the email threat landscape with sophisticated, high-dollar phishing attacks. In this threat dossier, you’ll discover key details about Cosmic Lynx, including: How Cosmic targets global corporations with incredibly sophisticated BEC attacks How Cosmic Lynx exploits DMARC controls to impersonate...
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The Total Economic Impact™ of Agari Phishing Defense

Agari commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Agari Phishing Defense. Quantified benefits expressed in risk-adjusted present value generated return on investment of 97% over three years, including: $270k value from improved IT security and reduced level of effort...
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What Is Email Phishing? Protect Your Enterprise

Phishing emails can steal sensitive data and cost companies' their reputation. However, protecting a company from these scammers doesn't need to be difficult. What Is Email Phishing? Phishing is when an attacker mimics a trusted person or brand in an attempt to steal sensitive information, or gain a foothold inside a company network. While phishing emails are by far the most popular, these...
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What is Email Spoofing & How to Stop Attackers from Spoofing Your Email Address

What is email spoofing, how does it work, and why is it so dangerous to your company? We’ll explain everything you need to proactively stop attackers from spoofing your email address.Email Spoofing: What Is It?Email spoofing is when a fraudster forges an email header’s ‘From’ address to make it appear as if it was sent by someone else, usually a known contact like a high-level executive or trusted...
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Preventing Phishing Attacks:  The Dangers of Two-Factor Authentication

Are you protecting your remote workers against an endless barrage of COVID-19 related phishing attacks by requiring 2-factor authentication (2FA) to log into employee email accounts? Smart move—just don't let it give you a false sense of security.
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How to Stop Phishing Message Voicemail Attacks

At Agari we often talk about the evolving nature of advanced email attacks and the identity deception tactics that go with them. These attacks bypass legacy controls and like a magician delighting a curious audience, they trick the human psyche by targeting core human emotions such as fear, anxiety and curiosity. Of course, the magic in this case comes with ill intent. A good example of a...
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M&As Put Your Company at Risk for BEC Losses and Data Breach Liability

Mergers and acquisitions can build your company's value overnight, but business email compromise (BEC) and data breaches can tear it down just as quickly. Too often, M&A announcements are followed by waves of BEC attacks against the companies involved, or by news that the target company was the victim of a data breach. To get the most value from a merger or acquisition, you need to know how to...
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Account Takeover: The Evolution of Advanced Cyberattacks

Targeted email attacks continue to escalate as organizations deal with increasing numbers of phishing, spear phishing and ransomware attempts. But another attack vector—account takeovers—is affecting 44% of organizations and is posing a significant risk. Watch this webinar to learn how: These attacks lead to large-scale data breaches and financial losses; How organizations can identify...
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Email Phishing Scam Continues to Target College Students

According to a public service announcement issued by the FBI, college students across the United States continue to be targeted in a common email phishing scam that lures students in with the promise of employment.It works like this: email Scammers advertise phony job opportunities on college employment websites or students receive emails on their student accounts recruiting them for fictitious...
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Security Professional Pain Points – and How to Solve Them

Ask any security professional what the number one pain point is within their organization, and chances are they’ll say ‘user behavior’…with ‘malware’ coming in as a very close second. And while these issues are very different on the surface, they do have one thing in common: both are often the cause of high-profile data breaches, largely in part to the increased use of spear phishing email...