Australia has been caught up in the unrelenting cyber crime scourge sweeping the world, with a new global security report finding that since 2014 the country was hit by more than 114,000 instances of cyber crime, with almost 24,000 of the attacks occurring in the first half of 2017.
Global email and data security company Mimecast says its most recent email security risk assessment testing results highlight the alarming number of malwareless impersonation attacks incumbent email security solutions are unable to stop.
There has been a massive rise in email impersonation attacks — where a cyber criminal attempts to impersonate a trusted individual — around the world, as organisations fight a seemingly losing battle to prevent malicious emails from breaking through security systems.
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