Cyren Security Blog

It’s Back! Facebook Cryptominer Worm Reemerges

by Maharlito Aquino and Kervin Alintanahin

ol ol { list-style-type: circle; } Digmine Campaign Back in 2017, we wrote a blog about a malware spreading on Facebook, which, it turns out, …

Apple Phishing Bait Has a Lot of Hooks

by Maharlito Aquino and Kervin Alintanahin

In general, a lot of phishing has been moving the embedded links the recipient is intended to click on from the body of the email into an …

Emotet: From a Banking Trojan to One of the Most Advanced Botnets

by Tinna Thuridur Sigurdardottir and Sarah Neubauer

Email Security Malware Threat Analysis

In 2014, the Emotet malware started as a banking Trojan targeting European bank customers. Back then, nobody expected this malware would evolve into …

Ransomware Overshadowed by Phishing, But It's Not Dead Yet

by John Callon

Industry Insights Malware Ransomware

According to several recent surveys, phishing may have surpassed ransomware as the top concern for IT and security managers, and there may not be a …

Buying Email Security Has Gotten Harder

by Duncan Mills

Email Security

Has the success of Microsoft Office 365 exacerbated the already complex task of purchasing email security? New Buyer’s Guides give a framework and …

How to Protect Your Office 365 Email Users from Phishing

by John Callon

Email Security Phishing

Phishing emails targeting Office 365 customers are the top source of security breaches, according to survey data. In case you missed it, in 2018 …