IT decision-makers are complacent about risks from phishing and business email compromise, also known as CEO fraud, according to research by KnowBe4.
Email-based fraud attacks dominate potential online security threats and Australian businesses are targets but generally unprepared to defend against the likely attacks, according to a new report.
After seeing many recent reports of 'CEO Fraud', Centrify CEO Tom Kemp has revealed his own experiences of targeted attempts to scam his company of its cash.
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