Cofense PhishMe May Cybercrime Alert: Whaling Attacks, Employee Data Theft Expected to Surge

Human Phishing Defense Provider Launches Global Ransomware Resource Center

LEESBURG, VA–(Marketwired – May 17, 2016) – PhishMe Inc., the leading provider of human-phishing defense solutions, today released its May Cybercrime Alert, warning organizations that its threat researchers expect to see a rise in several phishing attack types, including Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Whaling:

PhishMe Announces Simulator Small Business Edition and Releases Newly Improved CBT Training Modules

Global Experts in Human Phishing Defense Provide Enterprise-Grade Flagship Solution Designed for SMBs Worldwide, Updates Free Computer-Based Training Modules

LEESBURG, VA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwired – May 12, 2016) – PhishMe Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today confirmed the release of Simulator™ Small Business Edition (SBE) — a scaled version of its market-leading flagship Simulator solution. Built specifically for smaller organizations, Simulator SBE conditions employee security behavior to identify and deflect phishing attacks through proven, immersive education processes. PhishMe also confirmed new updates to their CBFree Modules, PhishMe’s free premium Computer Based Training (CBT) courses designed to deliver compliant, best-in-class security awareness education.

Cofense PhishMe CEO Rohyt Belani Named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Mid-Atlantic 2016 Finalist

Judging Panel Recognizes PhishMe Co-Founder for Commitment to Leadership and Continued Innovation

LEESBURG, VA — (Marketwired) — 05/10/16 — PhishMe® Inc., the leading provider of human phishing defense solutions, today announced CEO and co-founder Rohyt Belani has been recognized as an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Mid-Atlantic finalist. The EY awards program, which is celebrating its 30th year, recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

PhishMe’s Gary Warner Featured in Threat Intelligence Thought Leadership Interview on Recorded Future

This week, Recorded Future published another segment in their recent “Threat Intelligence Thought Leadership Series” featuring PhishMe’s Chief Threat Scientist Gary Warner. The article titled Why You Should Launch a Threat Intelligence ‘Hunt’ Team covers a variety of perspectives on threat intelligence, from driving factors in today’s threat intelligence community, actionable intelligence trends and even advice for aspiring threat intelligence analysts on how to navigate today’s information security landscape. 

PhishMe CEO Rohyt Belani to Present Key Benefits of Using Military Grade Cyber Defense Tactics to Fortify Financial Services Organizations at FS-ISAC Summit

“Cybersecurity: Why are we Failing?” General Session Presentation Among FS-ISAC Annual Summit 2016 Highlights

LEESBURG, VA–(Marketwired – May 2, 2016) – PhishMe® Inc., the pioneer in human phishing defense solutions, today announced that Rohyt Belani, CEO and cofounder, will present at the FS-ISAC Annual Summit 2016 on May 4 in Miami, FL. Belani’s presentation will focus on how military defense tactics can be used to strengthen cybersecurity, with emphasis on the important role effective human intelligence gathering and behavior conditioning plays in defensive programs.

University W2 Phishing and CEO Impersonation

At PhishMe we talk frequently about a familiar concept that cyber attacks and phishing emails are very rarely sent to only one organization. While  security teams tend to focus on threats to your organization, PhishMe Intelligence is watching for email-based threats for EVERY organization. As we were gathering information about tax-related phishing scams this year, we noticed that institutes of higher learning were being hit quite broadly by this year’s W2 related scams.

RockLoader – New Upatre-like Downloader Pushed by Dridex, Downloads all the Malwares

On 4/6, the Phishing Intelligence team came across a wave of phishing emails that contained a .js file packaged inside of a zip file used to deliver malware. This is nothing new, and has been seen being pushed out by resources associated with the Dridex botnet and the Locky encryption ransomware. The interesting piece is that the attackers are using a new piece of malware called RockLoader to download and install the malware on remote systems. Downloaders are nothing new, as Upatre was used with Dyre and Gameover ZeuS in the past. RockLoader has several tricks up its sleeve.

Gone Phishing: 2015 Global Malware Round Up Report – Available Now

Today, we happily launched our comprehensive end-of-year report Gone Phishing: 2015 Global Malware Round Up Report completely free to the public and our customers. This whitepaper provides information security professionals, incident response teams, threat intelligence analysts and C-level technology leaders across the globe with insights on the most effective phishing attacks used today and the malware payloads they deliver.