Cybercriminals Impersonate DoT in Major Phishing Scam
After Congress passed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, threat actors created new domains identical to the real federal site. The phishing campaign targeted companies likely to work with the USDOT, including architecture, engineering, and energy. Recipients of the emails were invited to submit a bid for a department project.
According to a report, threat actors copied and pasted in a real warning about how to verify actual U.S. government sites, which could alert savvy victims that they were being scammed by realizing that the phishing site domain ended in .com rather than .gov or .mil.
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As the risk of ransomware and other cyber attacks continues to increase, water companies must be vigilant of attacks targeting their infrastructure.