In 2023, phishing remains one of the most common methods of cybercrime. Phishing is a type of cyberattack where an attacker, disguised as a credible source, tricks an unsuspecting victim into handing over personal information or money. The attacker, often a hacker or a group of hackers, will use fake websites, emails, and social media messages that look legitimate in order to trick victims into revealing personal data or downloading malicious software. Phishing attacks have become increasingly sophisticated in recent years, and organizations of all sizes are at risk. In order to protect against phishing attacks, organizations should implement robust security measures such as multi-factor authentication, user awareness training, and regular security audits. Additionally, organizations should be aware of the latest phishing trends in order to stay one step ahead of the attackers.