27 Apr Cybersecurity Cartoons Protect You From Hackers And Identity Theft
Cybercrime is no laughing matter
– Curated by Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief
Sausalito, Calif. – Jun. 30, 2020
Cybersecurity Ventures is excited to provide our readers with two new original cartoons every month.
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Email phishing initiates more than 90 percent of all cyberattacks, including ransomware infections. The distractions and frustrations stemming from working at the kitchen or dining room table can lead to poor judgment – even clicking just to get away from it all. Be smart. Don’t click. Stay safe.
Fake jobs are advertised on Internet job boards, newspapers, TV, and radio. Unsuspecting candidates can be lured into a false sense of security when talking to (so-called) new employers. Be smart. Don’t click. Stay safe.
IT teams may be overeager to prove themselves by attempting to negotiate money back as part of their incident response. But ransoms, which are paid out with cryptocurrency, are non-refundable. Be smart. Don’t click. Stay safe.
Do you know the difference between a phishing scam and a spear phishing attack? Spear phishing attacks try to fool people who work at particular businesses. Knowledge is power in the war against cybercrime. Be smart. Don’t click. Stay safe.
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