Dov Lerner is Cybersixgill's security research lead. His focus is on malware and fraud on the dark web, and he is constantly seeking new ways to extract actionable intel from the cyber underground. He served in the military as an intelligence officer, and subsequently worked as a malware analyst. He holds the CISSP and CISM certifications and an MA in Security Studies from Tel Aviv University.
According to the FBI, phishing was the most common type of cybercrime in 2020 and nearly doubled in frequency to 241,324 incidents last year. But why are criminals increasingly looking to phishing to carry out attacks. This panel will examine the phenomenon and look at what organisations and businesses can do to strengthen their defences.