Trustwave SpiderLabs Uncovers Critical Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities Exposing Manufacturers to Costly Attacks. Learn More

Trustwave SpiderLabs Uncovers Critical Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities Exposing Manufacturers to Costly Attacks. Learn More

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[APAC Replay] Email Threat Trends: New Attacks Hiding in Plain Sight

Trustwave Senior Technical Product Manager, Craig Sargent (based in NZ), breaks down our 2021 research by the Trustwave SpiderLabs threat and malware analysis teams.

  • Understand how free cloud infrastructure like Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, WeTransfer, and SharePoint URLs are used to host phishing pages
  • Know the most common archive file types used for malicious attachments
  • Learn the key subject lines that should put your employees on high alert
  • Understand commonplace concealment tactics like how attacks use URL shortener services including,, and
  • Learn about Extortion Spam


Craig Sargent
Senior Technical Product Manager, MailMarshal & WebMarshal