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Prof. Manel Medina

The trivial answer is that we do not know how to protect ourselves or do not look as being capable of doing it. This is because cyber-criminals have more offensive resources, than us to prevent and defend ourselves against their attacks. To counteract the attacks, we...

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Dave Piscitello, VP Security, ICANN and APWG Board of Directors

Phishing has evolved… and so has the AntiPhishing Working Group Phishing affects everyone, from consumers and enterprises to governments and regulated financial services. The threat has never been greater and is worsened by the increased selective targeting of victims or organizations that have large sums of...

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Dave Piscitello, VP Security, ICANN and APWG Board of Directors

Phishing has long been associated with cybercrimes that use deception – particularly, social engineering – to dupe victims into disclosing personal or financial account data. Once disclosed, these data are then used to perpetrate (financial) fraud. In the past, the deception part of a phishing attack has...

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