Can you believe that we just wrapped up our ninth week of presenting Tech Talk on The Big 550 KTRS? Neither can we! Last week our IT expert, Rion Kolosieke joined Guy Phillips to discuss ransomware and the different ways businesses can try and combat cyber criminals. So, what is this ransomware stuff? We've got the answers!
In my two previous posts, I've talked about email safety and the importance of educating your end users. The goal being that your employees become critical consumers of information and data on the internet. As I mentioned before, one of the most important investments that you can make towards the security of your business is to educate your employees about email safety and best overall practices. So, what is the next smartest thing business owners can do to securely manage their IT assets?
Those pesky cyber criminals are at it again with their cyber attack schemes! Due to the impending implementation of the new European privacy legislation, businesses have been sending out emails to the masses to update users giving cyber criminals a prime opportunity to exploit attempts at early compliance with the new law. And while you may be thinking US businesses shouldn't have to worry, you're wrong.
Just in case you missed Tech Talk presented by SumnerOne this past Friday, we're back with a recap of events and the full-length video. Our IT expert, Chadd Haselhorst joined Guy Phillips and Julie Buck again on The Big 550 KTRS to talk about the importance of cleaning your computer.
Let's be honest, dropping a house on a cyber criminal who has put your company at risk definitely sounds enticing. While we can't do that, we can help you to brush up on some of the latest information on phishing attacks that you can share with your employees. One of the best way to protect your business is through end user education. You may know how to protect yourself from lions, tigers, and bears, but what about phishing?
Thinking you’re not at risk because you’re a small company is, unfortunately, a thought you can’t afford to have – 61% of all cyber-attacks target small businesses! They want your personal information, your keystrokes, your employee records, and more. Don’t give them the opportunity.
Most businesses are aware of the different forms of cyber attacks. When it comes to keeping your business protected from an attack, one of the first steps you can take is to educate your employees about online safety. Employee education is a great step in preventing phishing attacks. Yet, did you know that there is a similar attack out there and they are looking right at your senior management?