Computer rendering of a woman with her face being added to the picture. A deepfake is a type of synthetic or manipulated content (audio, images or video) that is not real, but looks realistic. The FBI reported that attackers are using voice deepfakes to attend remote job interviews. (Photo: mike/Adobe Stock)

In a vast majority of cyberattacks and breaches, social engineering attacks continue to be a leading attack vector. According to the FBI, last year businesses lost nearly $7 billion due to scams and social engineering.

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