Protected Waters: No Spear Phishing Allowed

Protected Waters: No Spear Phishing Allowed

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Blocking against all phishing attempts is costly, time intensive and arguably impossible. This paper will discuss how to get ahead of Phishing scams and the spear phisher’s infrastructure and techniques. Rather than waiting for spear phishing emails to hit the network, security teams can get ahead of the spear phishers and proactively block emerging campaigns. Spear phishing is far more dangerous than generalized attacks, which are often caught by email filters or discarded and/or flagged by users. Therefore, you must target the attackers that are specifically targeting you, and exploit the weaknesses in their approaches. In this paper we will cover:

  • How to detect and block targeted spear phishers
  • The best strategies to proactively keep an eye on all of the domains your organization is resolving
  • In depth break down of how to take action while Phishing campaigns are still in the preparation phase
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