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Understanding Modern Phishing

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  • UserBrad Wardman and Adam Oest, PayPal
  • ClockTuesday 16 March 2021, 14:00-15:00
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Despite ubiquitous anti-phishing technologies in modern computer systems and extensive mitigation efforts by the security ecosystem, large-scale phishing remains a key threat to Internet users. In this talk, we will explore the current state of phishing attacks to illustrate how criminals operate and better understand the many weaknesses exploited by their attacks. Through the lens of recent anti-phishing research—-including a study of how the current pandemic has transformed phishing—-we will also discuss future opportunities for better protecting users from phishing and related scams.

RECORDING : Please note, this event will be recorded and will be available after the event for an indeterminate period under a CC BY -NC-ND license. Audience members should bear this in mind before joining the webinar or asking questions.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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