It’s 9 am Friday morning. You arrive at the office, login, check your email and see you’ve received an email from an unknown sender referencing a registration to an upcoming corporate event that you attend annually. You’re intuitively a bit suspicious about its authenticity but the email address appears to check out and the timing would make sense. Reassured, you open the email and click the attachment…the hacker has won. Hackers are getting good, frighteningly good! Which is why we’re more likely today, to become a victim of a cyber attack, than ever before.