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The last quarter of the year is full of celebrations. There’s a lot to look forward to between November and January like Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and a whole host of winter celebrations. However, it’s also prime time for attackers to go after organizations. Historically, Carbon Black Threat Analysis Unit (TAU) has noted about a 10% increase in attempted cyberattacks between November and December, generally starting around Thanksgiving. Users have been specifically targeted during this time of year by malicious campaigns that offer timely incentives to click on web links or open attachments.

It’s important that, no matter what size your security team, you’re prepared to handle whatever attacks come your way. Understanding what to look for, having strong security products, and educating your employees is key to keeping your company safe from harm.

Join us for a live webinar in which we will discuss

  • The most common types of attacks seen during the holiday season
  • Some of the biggest holiday attacks in the news in recent years and how they came to be
  • What you can do to keep your organization safe over the coming months


Tristan Morris

Security Strategist