Facts and Figures About Phishing
Phishing is the act of impersonating an organisation, through email and fake websites, in an attempt to gain private information, such as login credential and credit card details.
Phishing criminals are getting smarter, and their techniques are constantly evolving. Their enhanced efforts continue to generate results from phishing, with the criminals focusing their effort where they can get results.
Nowadays, not only do financial institutions face the threat of phishing attacks, other leading brands and online retailers are also vulnerable.
The costs of phishing
Phishing websites have a significant financial impact on enterprises. Without robust protection, a well co-ordinated attack will leave the enterprise vulnerable to:
- Large financial losses
- Damaged reputation
- Aggravated customers
Today’s customers expect to be protected from destructive phishing activities.
FraudWatch has taken down tens of thousands of phishing sites.
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