In 2016, 1 out of 5 businesses were victims of cyber attacks. Hackers are getting smarter about email phishing scams, installing malicious software on your computer, and stealing personal information. Small businesses are no exception. Oftentimes, they are more easily targeted than large companies due to less robust network security, and become vulnerable for hackers.
According to The Telegraph, in 2014 one out of every ten Internet users fall victim to a scam. Newsweek also reported that Americans lost a total of $800,492,073 in the year 2014. Making sure that you are well-prepared and knowledgeable with spotting Internet attacks is essential both on a personal and corporate level. The most common attacks appear in the form of social engineering, phone calls, and email scams. So how can you stay protected at work and home?
Check out the presentation below! Share it with your business and friends. The best defense against phishing scams is being able to spot them immediately.
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