The “Golden Quarter” for the retail sector is fast becoming a golden opportunity for cybercriminals. Our research reveals retailers receive more phishing attacks during the holiday shopping season than any other time of the year, with Black Friday being a prime time for seasonal scammers.
What’s more, IT decision makers are worried about their brands being impersonated and used in phishing attacks to target consumers in the run up to Christmas. But despite these concerns, a third of these retailers surveyed do not have email authentication records in place.
In this report, find out why phishing is a problem this holiday season, learn more about the scale of the threat, and discover who are the riskiest employees.
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With so many emails being sent during the holiday season, it’s an opportunity for cybercriminals looking to steal money and credentials to easily “hide” in the noise and prey on individuals who are not security savvy.