Phishing is a type of social engineering attack that is often used to steal user data, including login credentials and credit card numbers. This is what happens when an attacker masquerades as a trusted entity to trick the victim into opening an email, instant message or text message. Clicking on the malicious link will trick the recipient, causing the malware to install, freeze the system as part of a ransomware attack, or expose sensitive information.
An attack can have disastrous results. For individuals, this includes unauthorized purchases, fund theft or theft detection.
Moreover, phishing is often used to set foot on corporate or government networks as part of a larger attack, such as the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) event. In this case, employees are compromising to bypass security limits, distribute malware in a closed environment, or gain special access to secure data.
An organization that is vulnerable to such attacks, in addition to decreasing market share, reputation and consumer confidence, is also suffering severe financial losses. Depending on the extent, a phishing attempt can turn into a security incident, from which it is difficult for a business to recover.
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