Archive for phishing

Cybersecurity Risks Posed by the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) Shutdown

The recent shutdown of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) has opened significant opportunity for cyber attackers to exploit the situation and target SVB account holders, their customers, and suppliers.

How MFA Fatigue and Social Engineering Threaten Your Environment

Bad actors have started using a new, low-complexity high reward tactic called MFA fatigue, which focuses on exploiting human nature rather than technology.

9 Common Phishing Techniques

We’ve broken down nine of the most common phishing techniques so you don’t get hooked.

Introducing Agio Shield, the Latest Enhancement to Our XDR Service

Agio Shield leverages AI to detect new cyber threats before they reach your people.

Incomplete XDR Coverage Leaves You Vulnerable

Imagine yourself in this situation: You’re a diverse global company. COVID-19 is everywhere and hurting business, so you have to furlough some people.

Mr. Cisco’s Advanced Phishing Attempt

How Agio Managed Detection & Response (MDR) tackled two clients receiving more advanced phishing emails than normal.

Are Your Portfolio Companies Vulnerable to COVID-19 Phishing Scams?

Phishing attacks targeting private equity firms’ portfolio companies aren’t new, but the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 has upped the game.

Adapting to Meet Phishing Challenges

Avoid getting wrapped up in phishing scams by learning about your CER, or crossover error rate.

The Watch Commander’s Log for May 6th, 2020

We provide a direct view into the details of some of the threats Agio’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) team handles for our clients—on an anonymized basis, of course.

Phishing Attack Targets Financial Services Executives

A phishing campaign is targeting Office 365 users specifically at financial services firms, and have compromised over 150 businesses.

Top 10 Sources for COVID-19 Cybersecurity Reporting

The best thing you can do is create a list of trusted sources. Here are some sources we recommend.

COVID-19: Malicious Domains, Malware & Phishing

Attackers were buying domains, building malicious websites, and creating phishing scams to steal information and shut down IT networks, including those at critical health facilities.