Social engineering scams that take into account a person’s job role may be more convincing. Use these scenarios to make employees more aware.
One thing espoused often is that everyone is connected online. We clearly felt this after the Equifax data breach. A credit bureau holding highly sensitive personally identifiable information on every American with a credit record (without their consent due to the way credit works) had that information stolen. Suddenly, a single cyber security mishap put 143 million Americans at risk of identity theft. Read more about it in our post: The Equifax Breach and You. What can one person do to make a difference? First, recognize that information has value… Read more Stories and Resources to Share →
October is National Cyber Security Awareness month, so we’re bringing you cyber awareness tips and tactics as we always do! If your organization isn’t focused on cyber awareness yet, consider… Read more Information Handling →
When a company holds private identifying information, consumers expect the company is adequately securing that information from theft. After all, unauthorized disclosure of that information can put people at risk… Read more The Equifax Breach and You →