Phishing attacks have become the primary hacking method used against organizations.
In the past, there was a tendency to blame the user, but attacks have evolved to appear so genuine that even the most security savvy recipient can be fooled.
Phishing attacks have recently experienced newfound success with the proliferation of SaaS in the workplace.
The situation was an obvious case of compromised user credentials. A corporate end user should typically not be logging in simultaneously from two geographically separate locations. In response, the organization’s Security Operations Center (SOC)...