Editor´s note: This is a guest post by Dane Boyd, Lead Solution Manager at PhishLabs
If you’ve been in business for a while, you’re already acutely aware of the dangers of phishing. In fact, if your organization has been the victim of a data breach, there’s a more than 90% chance that your attackers utilized phishing or some other type of social engineering in order to gain and an initial foothold inside your network. Even when huge multinational corporations are breached, phishing is nearly always involved somewhere along the line. In nearly every case phishing has been used at some point in the attack.
So, if you want to ensure that your company’s name doesn’t get added to this list, you’re going to need to start taking phishing very seriously.