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New phishing email campaign impersonates US postal service to deliver malware – TechRepublic

A New Post over at TechRepublic:

Proofpoint researchers observed thousands of emails trying to deploy malicious Microsoft Word attachments in the US, according to the report. The emails impersonated messages from the United States Postal Service and were part of a campaign to infect systems with the IcedID banking trojan. 

Phishing emails are so common these days. How well does your organization deal with these attempts to compromise your business? The best defense is training to recognize and deal with these emails.

SBS can help deal with this plague’s impact on your company. Properly configured email servers and email clients should cut down on the amount of malicious email received, training can help with the rogue email that gets through, and of course, we are always here to help answer what is malicious email and what is not for our clients.


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