Introducing Malware Decode-ji, The Unique Way To Learn About Malware

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Security threats are frightening, but it’s vital that companies understand the potential risks out there. Take this emoji quiz and have a little fun while learning about real cyber threats to your ...

Security threats are frightening, but it’s vital that companies understand the potential risks out there. Take this emoji quiz and have a little fun while learning about real cyber threats to your business. Learn more: http://del.ly/MalwareDecode-ji

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  • 1. 1. Translate this emoji sentence: A I clicked on a kitten video email and got spear phished without knowing it B I looI<ed up to a cat once who pointed out that dolphins are IfTdCCISIVC. C I pointed to the cat archer and said "Are you a Pisces? “ Answer: A Many harmless looking emails are actually attempts by hackers to deploy malicious software onto a employee's computer This technique called "spear phishing" accounts for 91% of cyber attacks and usually goes unnoticed, even as nefarious activity is launched in the background But Dell Data Protection Protected Workspace (DDP I PW) eliminates the spear phishing threat by opening all email content inside a virtual container taking all security decision making safely out of an employee's hands. 2. Translate this emoji sentence: A Today's pigs are looking to swim in giant craters B My daily farm report site became a watering hole C When can we Join the animal for a view of the seaside firepit? Answer: B Business specific websites are often used as a vehicle for malware attacks. The term "watering hole" describes such targeted sites that are otherwise common, trusted destinations. Even national government sites have been successfully exploited. Fortunately DDP I PW eliminates the threat of watering hole attacks by protecting an employee's browser with an invisible container Any malware will be run inside this container where it is observed and ultimately destroyed. 3. Translate this emoji sentence: I O 0 LJ A I have to read a book on soccer and it's driving me crazy B I went to read the soccer scores and got drive by downloaded by a virus. C I put the books and the soccer ball in the car but I forgot the alien Answer‘: B Just visiting a web page is enough to trigger the download of a virus or malware. This kind of passively induced attack is called a "drive by" download, and occurs 85% of the time on innocent, normal looking web sites. DDP I PW eliminates any possibility of drive by attacks by placing an invisible container around an employee's browser The container isolates and ultimately destroys any malware protecting both the user and their company