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Episode 854 - Here Are The Top Brands Impersonated In Phishing Attacks In 2020

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Release Date: 10/20/2020

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This episode talks about research from Check Point on the most impersonated brands used in phishing attacks. Know what the hackers are using most can help you add a little more caution when seeing emails and ads around these brands.

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