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eBooks & Guides

You Got Phished, Now What?

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eBooks & Guides

You Got Phished, Now What?

Security leaders work hard to prevent successful phishing attacks. But, despite email security solutions and training, there’s still a high probability that an employee will click on a malicious link or open a malicious attachment. What then? We explore today’s threat landscape and share real examples of incidents, including the aftermath.

We partnered with London law firm Mischcon de Reya and their internal cybersecurity and investigations practice, MDR cyber, to explore:

  • What the threat landscape looks like today 
  • Which industries are most frequently targeted
  • Real examples of incidents, including the aftermath
  • How you can prepare for the worst from both a cybersecurity perspective, and a crisis management perspective

You Got Phished, Now What?

Security leaders work hard to prevent successful phishing attacks. But, despite email security solutions and training, there’s still a high probability that an employee will click on a malicious link or open a malicious attachment. What then? We explore today’s threat landscape and share real examples of incidents, including the aftermath.

We partnered with London law firm Mischcon de Reya and their internal cybersecurity and investigations practice, MDR cyber, to explore:

  • What the threat landscape looks like today 
  • Which industries are most frequently targeted
  • Real examples of incidents, including the aftermath
  • How you can prepare for the worst from both a cybersecurity perspective, and a crisis management perspective
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