Q&A: David Jevans on phishing attacks

June 22, 2011

Recent phishing attacks against high profile targets--such as White House officials and the International Monetary Fund--have put this particular cyber attack back in the public consciousness. FierceGovernmentIT recently caught up with David Jevans, founder and chairman of the Anti-Phishing Working Group for an update and his thoughts on security measures federal agencies can take against phishing attacks. Among his advice: No social media, at least not on a computer that isn't logically partitioned into personal- and work-use domains. Jevans is also chairman and founder of IronKey, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based computer security company.

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