Phish Files - Part Two

by Wally Moore

on June 1, 2021

in Phishing


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Did You Know Phishing Is Cheap AND Effective AND Deadly?

More than 60% of cybercriminals use phishing as their primary form of attack. Why? Because phishing is cheap, and it’s very effective.

And, not only is it the perfect weapon to use against businesses in general, it’s especially effective against companies that are supporting a remote workforce.

It’s Also The Perfect Weapon

  • Why? Because even novice cybercriminals can conduct phishing campaigns for as little as $30.00 a month
  • It’s the perfect weapon because the data available to bad actors on the Dark Web has grown by more than 300% in two years
  • Perfect, because more than 60% of the data available on the Dark Web will harm your businesses
  • Sadly, 43% of remote workers have made cybersecurity errors. And it’s the perfect weapon because an estimated 55% of remote workers rely on email

Phishing Is Today’s Biggest Cybersecurity Threat. Why?

Because one attack can devastate your company.

Did You Know Ransomware attacks have skyrocketed by 148%?

  • That 74% of phishing attacks involve password theft
  • Or 67% of data breaches are caused by social engineering attacks
  • Business email compromise fraud has grown by 20%
  • And this one. Spear-phishing has boomed more than 600%

There are many variations of phishing. So. It’s hard to spot and stop. Phishing Includes:

  • Credential Theft
  • Social Engineering
  • Spear Phishing and Whaling
  • Business Email Compromise
  • Ransomware and Malware
  • Smishing & Phishing

Are you ready to defend your organization against Phishing? Are you sure? If not. DTS InfoTech Can Help

Most small businesses don’t have the expertise, tech-savvy, or time for Phishing. If this describes you, we can help.

If you would like more information, give us a call, we're always happy to chat, and the call is FREE! Calls are always free.

Thanks for watching!

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