The more email addresses you have, the bigger your attack footprint. This means more risk for your organization. Hackers can easily send your entire organization a malicious email supposedly coming from Human Resources or the CEO’s office. Staff see a trustworthy internal email and click the link.
How do the hackers do it?
- 1 They search for your organization’s email addresses on the internet.
- 2 They find publicly available email addresses of company employees.
- 3 They use these to launch a phishing attack on as many employees as possible.
The Doman Name Spoof Test looks at your company domain to determine if it can be infiltrated and how to best protect it.