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Email scam swindles $2.6M from Puerto Rican government corporation

The Puerto Rico government fell for a phishing scam that bilked the U.S. territory out of $2.6 million — an incident that sounds like a possible business email compromise. According to an Associated Press report, the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO), a government-run corporation created to promote the island as an investment destination, reportedly filed…
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Best of 2006: Email Management

The arguments in favor of managed email security are easily made. Cost savings tend to be dramatic, with ROI often coming in months. The load on mail server infrastructure can be reduced to a tiny fraction as all spam and malware is blocked before it enters the client network. As a result, resistance to denial-of-service attacks and mail reliability are much improved.
The first half of 2013 saw a 355 percent uptick in social spam. Facebook is a big target.
Cybercrime, Email Security, Government, Malware, Phishing, Security News

Renewed Emotet phishing activity targets UN, government and military users

Since resuming operations after a holiday hiatus, the malicious actors behind the Emotet banking trojan network have reportedly targeted at least 82 countries with spam and crafted a special phishing campaign targeting the United Nations. Meanwhile, an additional report has revealed an increase in Emotet phishing activity targeting government and military entities over the last…
Ransomware, Security News

Second Florida city burned by ransomware and pays attackers

Just two weeks after Lake City, Fla., government officials said their municipality was in the process recovering from a June 10 ransomware attack, the city opted to pay a $460,000 ransom. Lake City Mayor Stephen Witt told CBS47 the decision to pay the ransom was made after speaking with the FBI and its insurance company.…
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