2016 Cyberthreat Report: Malware Increases, Phishing Explodes

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This year's Cyren Cyberthreat Report presents some interesting and notable observations, including a dramatic increase in phishing attacks—up 55% during 2015. Cyren researchers are finding that cybercriminals are increasingly turning to phishing scams, using legitimate-looking channels and faked corporate names to gain access to sensitive corporate systems.

In addition, Cyren researchers have found that threats are evolving dramatically, with sophisticated malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs) now presenting the ability to identify defense techniques and respond by obfuscating code. And, as malware threats continue to rise, cybercriminals are using more sophisticated attack vectors.

To read more about the changing threat landscape and the latest in cybercrime activity, complete the form provided to download the 2016 Cyren Cyberthreat Report today!

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