KnowBe4's Chief Hacking Officer Kevin Mitnick demonstrates the USB Ninja cable attack



Mitnick_Ninja_CableOver the last few months, Kevin has been talking about this possibility: embedding malicious code in cables.

This is a brand new demo where he shows this is now technically feasible! See it on our YouTube channel, it's only 3 minutes...


Do your users know what to do when they receive a suspicious email on their mobile device?

Should they call the help desk, or forward it? Should they forward to IT including all headers? Delete and not report it, forfeiting a possible early warning?

Outlook-Mobile-Phish-Alert-Button

KnowBe4’s FREE Phish Alert button now also works with Outlook Mobile for iOS and Android. This enables your users to report suspicious emails from not only their computer but from their mobile inbox as well.

The Phish Alert Button gives your users a safe way to forward email threats to the security team for analysis and deletes the email from the user's inbox to prevent future exposure. All with just one click!

 Best of all, there is no charge!

  • Reinforces your organization's security culture
  • Incident Response gets early phishing alerts from users, creating a network of “sensors”
  • Email is deleted from the user's inbox to prevent future exposure
  • Easy deployment via MSI file for Outlook, G Suite deployment for Gmail (Chrome)

This is a great way to better manage the problem of social engineering. Compliments of KnowBe4!

Get your Phish Alert Button

If you do not like to click on buttons with redirects, here is a link you can cut and paste into your browser: https://info.knowbe4.com/free-phish-alert

Topics: KnowBe4

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