All it takes is one click. Cybercriminals just need to get one employee to open an email attachment or click on a link for a phishing attack to be effective.
Once they infiltrate your network, there are many possibilities to where they can go from there. The email attachment can contain malware that downloads ransomware onto your network. The recipient of the email could be convinced to divulge sensitive information or even wire money to an account. It has all happened before.
But it doesn't have to happen to you. Read our eBook, Phish Tales: Cautionary Stories for Your Business, to learn the methods you can use to protect your company,
• What is phishing?
• What is social engineering?
• What size companies need to be worried about phishing? (Hint: all of them.)
• How are phishing and ransomware connected?
• What can you do to protect your company?