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27Aug

Don’t Blame the New Guy….

 
 
Have you taken on any new staff recently?
 
Did your onboarding include cybersecurity training?
 
If not it should, because both new hires and seasoned are at risk from something called social engineering.
 
Social Engineering is a clever way that criminals trick people into making a bank payment, clicking an unsafe link, or downloading a file containing malware.
 
For example, they might hack into someone’s account and send an email that seems to be from a real supplier, changing the bank details for invoice payments.
 
With so many people working from home, these socially engineered attacks have risen, possibly because we’re less alert to the dangers as we feel safe at home.
 
All it takes is a momentary lapse in judgement by anyone for your organization to suffer a loss. 
 
Fortunately, there is a tool available to help keep your organization stay safe against the dangers of social engineering: Cybersecurity training.
 
If you are interested in learning more about Cybersecurity Training and how my team can help you, give us a call at 716-373-4467 x 15, email info@databranch.com, or fill out the form below!
 

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