Cyber scammers use James Bond film to abuse fans

(MENAFN) Spam and phishing outbreaks rose in the past year as cyber offenders enticed people by concentrating on subjects connected to profitable investments, virtual streaming of box-office containing “No Time to Die” movie starring James Bond, and topics linked to the pandemic, discovered newest yearly statement by Kaspersky.

The Russia-located cyber security company noted, Cyber-attack dangers increased intensely with fraudsters moonlighting as trustworthy persons and units are in accordance with the growing adoption of digitsation.

Managing director for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa at Kaspersky Amir Kanaan said to The National, “The equation here is very simple: the more things are connected to the internet, the bigger the opportunity for exploitation, and larger the attack surface. As we continue to push the boundaries of what technology can do, cyber security should always be a top priority for innovators and remain at the forefront of any new technology. However, most of the time, it is overlooked.”



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