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051| Looking at Phishing Through the Intrusion Kill Chain

Phishing is the number one vector leading to data breaches. It's an easy, effective way for attackers to trick users into giving up credentials or running malicious code. While organizations cannot stop motivated attackers from trying to phish their employees, they can make it harder to succeed. F-Secure's director of consulting, Riaan Naudé, calls this building the path of most resistance. Riaan joins the show to talk about how companies can do just that by addressing the earlier stages of the intrusion kill chain. Also in this episode: The most important metric of phishing simulation, why feedback is important, and the phishing emails users fall for. Links: Episode 51 transcript Ebook - Combating Phishing: Building the Path of Most Resistance (Cyber Security Sauna)

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NanoCore RAT Scurries Past Email Defenses with .ZIPX Tactic

A spam campaign hides a malicious executable behind file archive extensions. (Threatpost)

Microsoft Exchange Servers Face APT Attack Tsunami

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