Doorbuster or doppelgӓnger: How to detect attacks that deceive via discount 

Doorbuster or doppelgӓnger: How to detect attacks that deceive via discount 

Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics discusses why the frenzy of passwords, money and credit card information changing hands over the winter months coalesces into the perfect storm for cyber-attacks, particularly doppelgӓngers.

Year after year, the festive season witnesses an unprecedented exchange of cash in cyberspace, with UK consumers alone projected to spend a record £80.3 billion in the lead up to Christmas. And amid the desperation to take advantage of digital doorbusters, shoppers can find themselves racing between dozens of retail sites — all in pursuit of the dream deal.

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