Cybercriminals are now launching phishing campaigns that abuse Google's free productivity tools while also using social engineering to trick you into installing malware.
Some of Google's free offerings range from documents, spreadsheets, online forms, and free websites. These tools are primarily used by the education sector, which can be an easy target for the bad guys to infiltrate. A new report released by email security firm ArmorBlox showed how the bad guys are creating these elaborate campaigns that look convincing but avoid any detection of a scam.
In this example, threat actors are abusing Google Forms to steal your credentials:
To protect your organization from these types of attacks, it's important to observe subject sensitive emails, especially when it's related to money. Treat all email that have links and/or attachments as suspicious, and report any unsuspecting email to your security team.
New-school security awareness training can teach your users how to thoroughly examine a suspicious email, and apply their knowledge to everyday tasks.
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