Tuesday, January 31, 2023

KnowBe4 report reveals the most popular phishing email tactics used

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KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, recently announced the results of its 2022 and Q4 2022 top-clicked phishing report. The results of the report include the top email subjects clicked in phishing tests online, top attack vector types, holiday phishing email subjects and more insightful information that reveals the most popular phishing email tactics used by cybercriminals.

Brands could lose billions if they fail to manage public ESG perceptions

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A first of its kind study has revealed the financial value of sustainability perceptions of the world’s biggest brands. The Brand Finance Sustainability Perceptions Index, released recently in association with the International Advertising Association at the World Economic Forum in Davos, reveals that major brands like Amazon, Tesla, Apple and Alphabet each have billions of dollars contingent on carefully managing a reputation for commitment to sustainability.

Destructive malware dominates threat landscape, Nozomi Networks reveals

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A recent study found that several disruptive attacks on critical infrastructure continued in to the second half of 2022 targeting the rail, hospitals, manufacturing and energy sectors. The latest OT/IoT security report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds that wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war significantly influenced the 2022 threat landscape.

Business communication challenges in 2023 and how you can solve them

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Business communication is evolving, and in 2023, it is more important than ever for firms to approach it strategically and effectively. A multichannel communication platform, like the one offered by our firm, can help businesses streamline and optimize their communication efforts. One of the biggest changes in business communication has been the shift towards digital channels. Email, instant messaging, and social media are now essential for all businesses.

International travel is back to pre-pandemic levels, WTTC reveals

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As the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) opens its 22nd Global Summit in Riyadh, a new global consumer survey has revealed that the appetite for international travel is now at its highest point since the start of the COVID 19 pandemic with consumers planning many trips.

Consumers search for inspiration and relief through nature, Adobe reveals

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This year’s Adobe report predicts four key creative themes spanning visual, design, and motion, that will significantly influence content across photography, videography, creative writing, social media platforms, blogs and more.

Zscaler study finds 90% of global enterprises are adopting zero trust

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Zscaler Inc, the leader in cloud security, found that more than 90% of IT leaders who have started their migration to the cloud have implemented, are implementing, or are planning to implement a zero trust security architecture to secure their users, workloads and IoT/OT.

Honeywell study reveals increase in sustainability initiatives in buildings

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Greater energy efficiency, better indoor air quality(IAQ) and meeting environmental, social and governance(ESG) guidelines are three objectives currently prioritized by multinational organizations as they face pressure to incorporate building operations into their sustainability plans. These are among key findings of a report released recently by Honeywell and Reuters.

How you can manage construction projects effectively from start to finish

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When a project is tendered out to a construction company, contractors will provide a price breakdown and an indication of how quickly they’ll be able to get the job done. Once contracts are signed and works start, they often face obstacles resulting in delays. Nine out of ten contractors say they see frequent construction delays, according to Nplan research reports. 72% of projects wind up running late, and affected projects see their total duration overrun by an average of 38%, driving up costs by an average of 24%. Some delays are inevitable but there’s a risk of construction professionals becoming complacent about delays, and failing to take action to ensure productivity on their worksites.

The travel industry in 2023: Crypto and TravelTech to shake the sector

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The year 2022 has been a recovery era for the travel industry. The post-covid year brought about more confidence and loosened restrictions as opposed to 2020 and 2021. While some European countries still imposed restrictions upon entry, like demanding proof of vaccination, many other countries have returned to their former entry model before the global pandemic.