Phishing attacks—where hackers try to collect personal information using deceptive emails and links—continue to impact organizations of all sizes.

It’s been well documented that phishing as an attack vector has exploded over the past several years. SlashNext reported that over the first six months of 2022, there were over 255M attacks, a 61% increase in the rate of phishing attacks compared to 2021.

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Understanding the Business Costs of Phishing Attacks

The past two years have brought a significant amount of societal change, including the way we work. This shift in lifestyle to one that is largely digital also brought about a surge in cyberattacks, which rose in both frequency and complexity last year, with several threats causing concern among industry experts into 2022.

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Cisco: Complexity and number of cyberattacks jumped in 2021