Hacker attacks often start with spear-phishing attempts used to obtain credentials or deliver malware. Connie Barrera, CISO of Jackson Health System, talks about how healthcare entities can take steps to help prevent these scams from being successful.
LEESBURG, Va., August 17, 2015 – PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of phishing threat management solutions that empower employees to be a layer of human security sensors against phishing, malware, and drive-by attacks, today announced that Inc. Magazine has named it one of the 2015 Top 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S. PhishMe ranked in the 89th percentile of all companies evaluated. Among security companies, it ranked in the top 10 nationwide and No. 2 in the State of Virginia.
LEESBURG, Va. and LAS VEGAS – August 5, 2015 – PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of phishing threat management solutions that empower employees to be a layer of human security sensors against phishing, malware, and drive-by attacks, today announced enhancements to its PhishMe Triage product. Triage is the industry’s only anti-phishing solution that leverages human intelligence to provide security operations center (SOC) analysts and incident response teams with real-time, automated analysis and insights into live phishing attacks against their organizations. New to Triage are:
Welcome and good luck on the CTF!
Password: “Go forth and hack!!##one1”, no quotes.
One of the challenges is to write an exploit, so please exercise responsible disclosure on this one! We will be working with the developers to get the code patched ASAP!
Please note: Challenge #4 contains a typo, it needs a Yara rule, not a key. Sorry for the error.
Deadline for submissions: We will close the contest at 8 AM (PDT) on Thursday, August 6.
People are often curious about what percentage of users will fall for a phishing attack, and it’s tempting to try to create this kind of statistic. At PhishMe, we’ve found that trying to assign a blanket statistic is counterproductive – however this hasn’t stopped others in the industry from trying to do so. The most recent company to try is Intel Security (formerly McAfee), which declared that 97% of people globally were unable to correctly identify phishing emails. While this statistic certainly makes for a nice headline, it is broad-based and flawed in a number of ways.