Question: Do your users know what to do when they receive a suspicious email? Should they call the help desk or forward it? Should they forward the email to IT including all headers? Or should they delete and not report it? And if they delete it are they forfeiting the possibility of becoming the company’s early warning mechanism?
End-users are the weak link in your network security. Today, your employees are frequently exposed to advanced phishing attacks.
Being aware that many of the email addresses of your organization / company are exposed on the Internet and easy to find by cybercriminals who are targeting specific entities or vertical markets. Let’s just say that with these addresses cybercriminals can launch social engineering, spear-phishing and ransomware attacks on your organization.
You may ask so how can I strengthen my security posture thus protect my organization from these targeted email campaigns? At Whiteboard Information Technology Solution we take apply the next step in combating social engineering by providing email exposure checks, security training, employee onboarding strategies and ongoing email spoofing training.
In today’s world knowledge is no longer power because it’s the applied knowledge that yield actionable results.