Want to know 5 Ways Your Employees Are Helping HACKERS STEAL YOUR DATA?
Are you familiar with phishing?
No, I’m not talking about leisure activities by the lake… I’m talking about the type of cyberattack that’s used to steal your data, such as your login credentials or your credit card numbers.
Do you know that 99% of the time, the phishing attempt will come through your email?
You’ll know it’s a phishing attempt when…
- It will be something urgent.
- It will push you to click on some sort of link.
For example: You see an email saying there was a $10,000 charge on your credit card. And it’s asking you to click approve or decline.
What would you do?
If you read my last blog post, you’ll remember my top tip: always hover over links. If you remember anything, remember this: always hover.
If you click a malicious link, you can’t go back.
It could download something on your machine that you don’t want like ransomware or wire fraud.
Keep an eye out for password resets and software updates, too. They are other popular phishing scams.
This simple, yet powerful strategy can prevent you and your team for falling for dangerous scams that could compromise your business.
Are you wondering about other ways your employees may be helping hackers steal your data?
Download my free report to find out 4 more ways your employees may be helping hackers.
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I look forward to helping you and your team stay ahead of hackers.
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