Businesses are responding to the latest vulnerabilities in their email and website security by investing in employee training. Businesses are continuously becoming victims of phishing emails through poor judgment by their employees and the lack of training to have the ability to recognise these malicious emails. In fact, phishing emails and poor website security are amongst some of the biggest sources of cyber attacks.
Christmas is a time where many of us wind down and take time away to spend with the nearest and dearest. However, this is also a time where cyber attackers plan their next attacks on organisations, taking advantage of people being away from work and leaving their businesses unmanned.
Ever since COVID-19, there has been a significant shift in how businesses are operating. Majority of the global workforce is still continuing to work from home – a trend that is likely to stay for quite some time. One of the most popular ways that businesses are staying in touch with one another is through email. This has posed several cyber security risks that all businesses are a potential target of.
One of the most common communication methods amongst businesses is through email. However like with most things, emails come with their own vulnerabilities and security problems. A lot of businesses will have a low security email system in order to receive emails from new and existing clients. A high security email system poses the issue of not receiving all emails which can be disruptive and inefficient in a work environment. This is why it is important to understand how to recognise fraudulent and ‘phishing’ emails and the best practises on staying safe whilst communicating through emails.
February 9th is a national holiday representing and highlighting Internet Safety. The reason why it is so important that you take great care when surfing online is to avoid running into viruses, malware softwares or other types of threats to yourself and your device. There are a number of cautions that you can take to minimise the risk of running into any problems.
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