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Satisnet Announces Strategic Partnership with INKY Technology Corporation to Extend Award-Winning Anti-Phishing Solution to EMEA Market London, UK –  May 14, 2020 – Satisnet, a leading security reseller and managed security services provider, today announced a strategic partnership with INKY Technology Corporation, the pioneer in next-gen email phishing protection.
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Phishing spoofs US Federal Reserve to steal online bank accounts Scammers have been sending out emails that impersonate the U.S. Federal Reserve and lure recipients with financial relief options through the Payment Protection Program.
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INKY Completes Audit to Strengthen Information Technology Compliance with SOC 2 Attestation College Park, MD –  April 16, 2020 – INKY Technology Corporation, the pioneer in next-gen email phishing protection, today announced completion of the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type I audit of the company’s internal controls and systems. 
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Phishing emails impersonate the White House and VP Mike Pence Phishing scammers have started to impersonate President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in emails that distribute malware or perform extortion scams.
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Coronavirus-themed phishing emails and websites spoof the White House Phishing emails and their associated websites often impersonate well-known organizations, brands, businesses, and other familiar subjects to try to trap potential victims. They can spoof banks and financial establishments, hospitals and healthcare groups, and even one's own employer. A series of recent phishing emails examined by INKY targeted people curious or anxious about COVID-19 by impersonating the White House and some in the administration.
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Phishers Try 'Text Direction Deception' Technique to Bypass Email Filters With COVID-19 concerns running high, attackers are trying new tactics to get to users.
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Office 365 Phishing Uses CSS Tricks to Bypass Email Gateways A phishing campaign using Office 365 voicemail lures to trick them into visiting landing pages designed to steal their personal information or infect their computers with malware.
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Coronavirus pandemic creates 'perfect storm' for cybercriminals As the country grapples with the burgeoning coronavirus pandemic, cybersecurity experts are warning that employees working from home are increasingly being targeted by aggressive cybercriminals trying to capitalize on their unfamiliarity with remote work.
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Mass telecommuting is an opportunity for hackers Working from home is the new reality for hundreds of millions of Americans and their companies. That means lots of workers in their studies or kitchen tables are in far more vulnerable cyber environments. And there’s ample evidence the bad guys are out in force.
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Phaxttachments Are Latest Spin on Phishing Attacks Looks like cybercriminals have come up with yet another innovative means to distribute malware. Researchers at INKY, which provides tools to combat phishing attacks, have discovered that cybercriminals are now sending emails that come with fake attachments, known as phaxttachments. When recipients click on the attachment they are actually clicking on a URL that takes them to a fake website where they are prompted to give up their credentials.
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