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A BLOG ABOUT CYBER SECURITY

Wombat Security is a leader in security awareness and training. Our blog covers the latest cyber security news, insights, and best practices. We arm infosec professionals with the knowledge and tools they need to improve end-user behaviors and reduce organizational risk.

Author: Kym Harper

Wombat Security Blog Author

Recent Posts

The Latest in Phishing: First of 2017

Posted by Kym Harper on Feb 15, 2017 9:00:00 AM

We bring you the latest in phishing statistics and attacks from the wild.

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The Latest in Phishing: End of 2016

Posted by Kym Harper on Dec 16, 2016 9:47:19 AM

To close out 2016, we bring you the latest in phishing statistics and attacks from the wild.

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Security Spotlight: Avoiding Election Scams

Posted by Kym Harper on Oct 28, 2016 10:32:40 AM

As the U.S. enters the final weeks of a heated presidential election race, voters are being bombarded with political messages – and a slew of election-related scams. As November approaches, we expect to see a continued rise in political phishing emails, suspicious donation requests, and voter registration and survey scams.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has cautioned voters against these types of scams, which occur every election cycle because they continue to work. While educating yourself on the candidates is important during any election, it’s just as critical to stay on top of potential security threats at the polls and at home.

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The Latest in Phishing: October 2016

Posted by Kym Harper on Oct 4, 2016 10:16:35 AM

To kick off National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we bring you the latest in phishing statistics and attacks from the wild.

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Staying Secure at BlackHat

Posted by Kym Harper on Jul 29, 2016 9:39:32 AM

We asked our Director of Information Security, Josh Roark, to give our team some extra tips and reiteration of good security practices before we leave for BlackHat next week and thought we would share it with those of you that may be attending.

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