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Virgin Media has suffered a big data breach as a result of a misconfigured database, which exposed information relating to 900,000 of its customers.

Stored data goes into the ether somewhere and you rely on the likes of Microsoft and Apple to keep your data safe, but how safe is it?

The easiest way for a cyber-attacker to gain access to sensitive data is by compromising an end user’s identity and credentials.

Of all reported incidents in 2019, almost half were related to phishing attacks.

Phishing and ransomware are at the top the list of security risks that organisations are not fully prepared to handle confidently.

Microsoft is working on enhancing the notification system for quarantined malware or phishing messages for admins in all Microsoft 365 environments, with the new feature to roll out to customers in a matter of weeks.

What is Phishing?

Apr 06, 2020

Like actual fishing, it’s no fun to be on the end of the hook. Phishing is defined as the fraudulent use of electronic communications to deceive and take advantage of users.

This is generally known either as “webcam blackmail” or “sextortion scam” and the email should have been diverted to your spam folder.

Phishing will continue to be persistent, so it’s important that companies tackle the issue with a strong strategy and tools to back this up.

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