Cybercrime is on the rise, and hackers are using any opportunity to take advantage of an unknowing victim to gain access to personal information for financial gain. The new “work from anywhere” world puts everyone at risk of cyber-attacks.
One commonly used tactic is phishing. Phishing messages are crafted with the end goal of capturing a person or an organization’s sensitive data. If your employees fall prey to phishing scams, it can affect your company network by transferring malware and viruses over internet connections.
One phishing email has the power to cause downtime for your entire business and, unfortunately, costs small businesses on average $53,987. As the scams get more sophisticated, they get harder to detect. Prepare your team for the next phishing threat by learning how to spot phishing schemes before they become a problem.