Learn about common terms in digital risk, cyber security and threat management.
Domain spoofing refers to the act of creating a fake website or email that appears to be legitimate, but is actually designed to trick users into giving away personal information or infecting their devices with malware.
Geopolitical intelligence refers to the collection and analysis of online data and information to understand and anticipate the political, economic, and social trends and developments in different regions of the world.
A phishing attack is a type of online scam in which attackers send fake emails or create fake websites in an attempt to trick people into divulging personal information, such as passwords, credit card numbers, and bank account details
A phishing campaign is a coordinated series of phishing attacks that are carried out over a period of time with the goal of tricking people into divulging sensitive information or infecting their devices with malware.
Social engineering is the use of psychological manipulation and deception to influence people to divulge sensitive information or perform actions that may not be in their best interests.