We’ve all heard the horror movie trope, “The call is coming from inside the house!”. While that may be a tool to build suspense in the movies, it’s more accurate than you think for business cybersecurity.
The biggest threats to cybersecurity in your business aren’t faceless internet hackers. They’re the people that are already inside your business. The Ponemon report on insider threats brought some interesting data points to light as it explored this often-overlooked facet of cybersecurity.
A single security breach could lead to data loss, unplanned downtime, and damage to businesses, their client’s, and your personal reputation. Unfortunately, we live and work in a time when you can no longer be reactive to cyber threats. Practically everyone is connected to the Internet and relies on a network to function.
Before we talk about how you can build a formidable defense against email attacks, let’s take a look at the top cyberthreats that frequently make their way into your inbox and wreak havoc. We talked about smishing, whale phishing, spear phishing, and CEO fraud attacks during other topics. Even though the tactics may be altered, they all try to trick you into giving up personal information or login credentials.
The way we work is changing, so we must be prepared for whatever happens next. Implementing these three steps will give you a starting point, but they aren’t the end point. Working with an experienced MSP to get the most out of your remote work approach is critical. Many businesses will not be returning to the traditional in-office model, so the more steps we take to secure our businesses and our remote teams, the better off we’ll all be.
A security review is key. Business network security is an integral part of you and your business. Want more tips? Follow us to learn more about IT security solutions and monitoring. We can help you design a solution to meet your need. Here at ManagedTEK we strive to provide top security solutions. If you have an immediate IT need, you can always reach us at 707.205.3727.
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