With everyone suddenly working from home based on a fast and forced digitalization during the pandemic requires strong security leadership. Here's how.
Phishing on LinkedIn is becoming more common. Here's an example of a phishing attack in LinkedIn's InMail, with recommendations on how to protect against such attacks.
The problem with the "dangerous link" is often not that we do not know that links may be dangerous. Our goal when using a computer is not to verify that links are safe (unless you work in cybersecurity, perhaps) - it is to get something done. Can designers help make that safer?
Hackers, whether they are cyber criminals trying to trick you into clicking a ransomware download link, or whether they are nation state intelligence operatives planning to gain access to your infrastructure, can improve their odds massively through proper target reconnaissance prior to any form of offensive engagement. Learn how you can review your footprint and make your organization harder to hack.