Join us on March 2nd at Noon for a 30 minute Cyber Security Review training. We’ll remind you of what to look for and how to avoid falling for the trick. We’ll also review what to do should the worst happen.
It is impossible for your IT professionals to stop every instance of cybercrime from hitting your company. But there is a LOT that can be done to train your staff as the front line in defense.
The criminal set of our society knows no bounds. It’s a job requirement, I guess, that you don’t mind picking on the weak. They’re bullies that never grew up; but they are also organized crime. It’s difficult protecting the elderly. They don’t understand all of today’s tech. If you don’t […]
A CEO scam is an attack that attempts to disguise a phishing email as legitimately coming from the CEO or high official in your company. These attacks are very clever and prey on your workers by relying on a sense of urgency to accomplish the goal.
This week the federal government dropped a bombshell on businesses. They interpreted existing rules and applied them to businesses that have had their files encrypted and held ransom by cyber criminals.
Please alert your colleagues ASAP, as this threat could cause serious harm to your environment, or could cause a ransomware event costing your company a lot of money!!
Let’s look at examples of some of the scams out there as well as giving tips on what to do and how to avoid being scammed.
Microsoft has many measures put in place to prevent attacks, and Harbor takes advantage of these plus some of our own policies.