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79% of remote workers may be at risk of a cyber attack

What can cyberattacks mean for a business?

If your business suffers from a phishing attack, the results can vary from unpleasant to dire. For example, a phishing scam could be a relatively harmless program that delivers email to third parties. Not ideal by any means, but if found and stopped, it won’t be the end of the world.

However, in worst-case scenarios, a phishing program can infiltrate extremely sensitive information, such as employees’ personal information, from addresses to bank details or even confidential files, such as the finances of a business.

How do you prevent cyber attacks?

As for how to stop them, the sad truth is that cybercriminals are going nowhere. All we can do is adapt to the most common approaches used by scammers and do our best to avoid these scams as they appear.

Some important tips to make phishing emails stand out:

  • Notify when company-wide emails are sent out on a separate platform, like Slack or corporate calendar. A common phishing method is to spoof an email so it looks like an official email from the business itself in the hope that employees won’t have to think twice when opening it.
  • Using an email client like Gmail, yes Extensive filters prevent phishing emails never achieve their goals in the first place
  • Ask your IT team or an outside team of cybersecurity experts put together a presentation on the signs of scams through the story to improve your business’ cybersecurity knowledge

https://tech.co/news/remote-workers-risk-cyber-attacks 79% of remote workers may be at risk of a cyber attack

Caroline Bleakley

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