GOING PHISHING: COUNTERING FRAUDULENT CAMPAIGNS
Where there is online activity there is phishing. The nature of phishing attacks has changed vastly. These days, phishing is a sophisticated attack vector, with fraudsters seeking a bigger return by impersonating genuine businesses and organisations, especially financial institutions and, owing to the covid-19 pandemic, medical and healthcare organizations.
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This article is an extract from the 2022 edition of WTR’s Anti-counterfeiting and Online Brand Enforcement: Global Guide 2022. The whole publication is available at worldtrademarkreview.com.
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