With so many access points, how can business owners hope to keep their network safe from hackers, viruses and other unintentional security breaches?
Half of all cyberattacks are aimed at small businesses BECAUSE they make themselves low-hanging fruit, with sloppy or nonexistent security protocols.
Often these emails look 100-percent legitimate and show up in the form of a PDF (scanned document), a UPS or FedEx tracking number, a bank letter, a Facebook alert or a bank notification.
A common scam going around requires everyone to be on their toes. Here’s the situation …
With businesses forced to use technology to support a remote workforce, It becomes extremely important to train your employees to spot phishing attempts.
Often these emails look 100-percent legitimate. They show up in the form of a PDF, a UPS or FedEx tracking number, a bank letter, a Facebook alert, a bank notification, etc.
While the number of ransomware infections has decreased, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has stated that the damage experienced by those infected has risen.
Designed to look like a legitimate request from a site you trust, these emails are meant to get you to willingly give up your login information — or to download a virus.