We’ll do everything we can to arm you against these seemingly legitimate emails that persuade you to login to fake pages and then steal your details.
Being hacked can have far-reaching consequences. Once your account is hacked, the hackers can then send emails to your contacts as if they were you; spreading the circle of destruction ever wider. There are implications for your GDPR compliance as well as your reputation with customers and suppliers.
We’ve written a blog that can help you to spot these phishing emails, how they attempt to obtain your personal login details to accounts and the steps that you can take for protection.
We also have a useful staff training presentation so that your staff can learn how to spot phishing emails and be safeguarded against the complications to your business should you be the victim of a hacker.
How to: spot a 'phishing email'
In our recent article about how to stay safe on the internet, we discussed the different types of 'spam' to be aware of. One of these types of spam was 'phishing emails', what they are and how to avoid them. Here we will go into more detail about phishing emails to help you from becoming the victim of a phishing scam.