SPF and DKIM collectively prevent you from email spoofing and phishing while also ensuring nobody tampers with messages in transit. To get started with them, domain administrators have to create their respective records and add them to their domain’s DNS.
From Joomla’s new vulnerabilities to the latest banking trojan campaigns on Google Cloud Run and OpenAI keeping state-sponsored threat actors from using its ChatGPT tool, here are the top scoops of the week in the cybersecurity world. Stay tuned to learn more about these and how to keep yourself safe from these new threats.
Learning to Set Up SPF, DKIM, and DMARC For Klaviyo
As of June 30, 2023, Klaviyo has assembled over 6.9 billion consumer profiles across its customer base, placing it as one of the most used platforms for marketing automation for email marketing, SMS, and CDP. Taking these growth factors into consideration, we are sharing the email authentication guide for Klaviyo users so that they stay abreast of phishing and spoofing attackers.
Want to stay a step ahead of the recent threats in cybersecurity? We’re here with our weekly cybersecurity news piece that will help you out. This week, we’ll be covering new Android and iOS malware, malicious use of Ubuntu features, the new Facebook marketplace data breach, the data compromise of Bank of America, and the PlayDapp Gaming platform breach. Check these out to learn how to stay protected.
8 Cybersecurity Trends that Will Redefine the Digital Landscape in 2024
To say 2023 saw a surge in cybersecurity attacks would be an understatement. From grave phishing attacks to sophisticated ransomware campaigns, the digital landscape of 2023 was plagued by complex security challenges.
Hyundai Europe Cyberattack, US Offers Bounty, Google’s Redesigned Interfaces – Cybersecurity News [February 05, 2024]
From ransomware attacks on Hyundai Motor Europe to the US cracking down on spyware and denying visas, it’s been a busy week in tech news. Here we are with the latest scoops in cybersecurity, sharing details of the above, along with the Chinese cyber attack on Dutch military networks, the US offering rewards for information on the Hive ransomware gang, and Google teasing a new sign-in page. Let’s get into them.
FTC Boosts Blackbaud, Teams DarkGate Spreads, FBI Disrupts Chinese Botnet – Cybersecurity News [January 29, 2024]
We’re back with the latest cybersecurity news of the week to deliver a concise overview of all the new threats and attacks you need to stay safe from. We’ll take a look at the FTC’s mandate on Blackbaud, the disruption of the Chinese botnet by the FBI, the new phishing attacks on Microsoft Team chats, USB malware that turns your devices into crypto miners, and the ransomware attack on Kansas City area transportation. Let us get into it.
Learning to Trace Back Emails to Their Source IP Addresses
Tracing back emails to their source IP addresses helps identify scams, spam, phishing, and spoofing emails by linking you back to fraudulent senders. The drill includes examining the email header containing routing details and email metadata.
New threats keep emerging, but we’re here with the latest in cybersecurity to help your organization and employees stay safe. This week, we’ve seen a range of new malware attacks and phishing campaigns. From Blackwood’s new malware targeting organizations around the world to iPhone applications collecting user data, the US SEC’s account being hacked, the new Facebook phishing campaign, and more; we’ll share everything about these.