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Re: Anti-Phishing Strategies
From: Pedro Fortuny Ayuso <info () pfortuny net>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 21:22:03 +0200
El 09/04/2008, a las 21:50, Timmothy Lester escribió:
We are doing all the "normal education stuff"
It is my personal opinion that NORMAL education is not enough..
the time this is just information that goes in one ear and out the
other. Since it's a "customer" you are dealing with, I don't know how
you should be responsible, but in any case you need to TRAIN people
rather than educate them. You almost have to scare people, by holding
them responsible for their ignorant actions.
I tend to agree. I guess (apart from restrictive filtering, only
outbound access to certain web pages) the only way to prevent being
cheated is either by experience or by over-reaching security.
Is web **browsing** **really** necessary? Can your company live with
accessing some banks and a couple of other well-known sites?
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On Behalf Of Al Cooper
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2008 1:11 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Anti-Phishing Strategies
One of my customers has recently been a target of a targeted and
successful phishing attack. I am looking at strategies to counteract
and future attacks. We are doing all the normal education stuff, but
customer base is large.
I am looking at companies like MarkMonitor & Cyveillance. Does anyone
any experience with these type of companies?
Any other strategies that I should consider?
Thanks for your help,
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