Are fraudsters using automation to execute mass cyber-attacks?

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As our digital world turns toward advances in automated technology to increase efficiency and productivity, cybercriminals are also learning how to execute mass automated cyber-attacks. 
According to the 2021 AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report, most people are concerned about the security of various applications and 52% believe that these threats challenge the integrity of networks. With the increase in remote work and more tasks taking place online, there are more opportunities than ever before to become a victim of a cyber scam. 
Digitisation is pushing forward at a rapid pace which means leaving outdated security measures behind. Using automated security protocols can greatly improve your chances of recovering from a malicious attack. Detecting attacks is becoming more tedious and it requires a more advanced understanding of how cyber criminals and fraudsters execute mass cyber-attacks. 
Learning how to protect yourself…

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