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Threat Intelligence Hub, Coronavirus
Threat Intelligence Briefing: Attackers Target Employees Returning to Work—and Increasingly Turn to Non-Traditional Atta…

Key Points: Attackers are shifting focus to target employees returning to work. Non-trad… Read More >

Key Points: Attackers are shifting focus to target employees returning to work. Non-traditional attack vectors, including vishing and deepfake audio, are on the rise. Mimecast detected a spike in attacks on healthcare organizations, with malicious actors seeking to exfiltrate research data as orga… Read More >

Sam Greengard

by Sam Greengard

Contributing Writer

Posted May 13, 2020

Threat Intelligence Hub, Coronavirus
Be Aware: Tax Scam Season in the U.S. is Extended This …

Tax scams appear every spring&… Read More >

Tax scams appear every spring—but the threats will persist longer this year because the U.S. filing deadline has b… Read More >

Sam Greengard

by Sam Greengard

Contributing Writer

Posted May 05, 2020

Data Protection, Coronavirus
Business Continuity in the Age of Novel Coronavirus

Q&A with business continui… Read More >

Q&A with business continuity expert Ross Jackson, VP, Organizational Resilience, for Mimecast: what’s working … Read More >

Mike Azzara

by Mike Azzara

Contributing Writer

Posted Apr 29, 2020

Threat Intelligence Hub, Coronavirus
Threat Intelligence: Awareness Training Reduces Unsafe Clicks Amid Coronavirus Cyber Threats

New data demonstrates the power of security awareness training in helping to prevent unsaf… Read More >

New data demonstrates the power of security awareness training in helping to prevent unsafe behavior. Employees that don’t use awareness training are 5.2x more likely to click on bad links. Key points: Consider refreshing security awareness training to reinforce cyber hygiene as you plan emp… Read More >

Michael Madon

by Michael Madon

SVP & GM for Security Awareness and Threat Intelligence Products

Posted Apr 23, 2020

Threat Intelligence Hub, Coronavirus
Healthcare Organizations Attacked by Coronavirus-Related Ransomware

Healthcare providers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic now also face the threat o… Read More >

Healthcare providers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic now also face the threat of catastrophic ransomware attacks delivered via coronavirus-themed emails. Key Points: Hospitals and other medical providers are facing a growing volume of ransomware attacks initiated via coronavirus-themed p… Read More >

Mike Faden

by Mike Faden

Contributing Writer

Posted Apr 21, 2020

Threat Intelligence Hub, Coronavirus
Threat Intelligence Briefing: Surging Spam and Imperson…

Spam and impersonation attacks… Read More >

Spam and impersonation attacks have surged to the top of the list of cyberattack vectors driving a significant increase … Read More >

Dr. Kiri Addison

by Dr. Kiri Addison

Head of Data Science for Threat Intelligence and Overwatch

Posted Apr 16, 2020

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Enhancing VPNs for Secure Remote Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic

To support an increase in remote working due to COVID-19, it may be necessary to scale up your VPN services and take extra steps to ensure all employees have secure network access. Key Points: For many organizations, the dramatic increase in remote …

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Threat Intelligence Briefing: Increasingly Sophisticated Coronavirus Cyberattacks Exploit Lapses in User Awareness

We’re continuing to observe an extraordinary level of coronavirus-related malicious cyber activity exploiting employees’ confusion and fear, with increasingly sophisticated and targeted attacks contributing to a rise in unsafe user behavi…

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Coronavirus Response Disrupts Healthcare Data Privacy and HIPAA Compliance

Healthcare data privacy and security are moving targets amid the coronavirus response, as telehealth use skyrockets and governments relax health privacy and data protection rules. Key Points: The coronavirus pandemic has catalyzed at least three maj…

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