Uncovering Digital Dangers: Know The Present Online Threats

Aman Trivedi

Corporate Account Takeover (CATO)

CATO is a digital threat where cybercriminals gain unauthorised access to a business's financial accounts. It can cause fraudulent financial loss for the company.

Distributed Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS)

DDoS attacks makes the website response time slow and restrict the online services by overwhelming it with massive traffic from different sources and locations.


Malicious software, secretly inserted into your systems can access the available data and compromise confidential information.


A form of malware that intends to violate privacy and has become a major threat to organisations, spyware invades systems to track personal activities or to attempt fraud.


By entering the computer networks and encrypting files using public-key encryption, Ransomware asks you to pay through online methods to access your system or data.


Unwanted and undesirable repeated messages and phone calls sent for an unprohibited intention. It can be sent via text, mail or a phone call.


Phishing is an attempt to get your personal and sensitive information from cybercriminals who pretend to be a trustworthy person or organisations.

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