Surprisingly, or unsurprisingly, the biggest cause of a data breach [...]
Have you ever received an email or text message requesting you to click on a link? They can come from an unknown number or an email address designed to look authoritative but are often not as they seem. If you have been on the receiving end of one of these messages, you will likely be the victim of a phishing attack.
Regardless of your status as a company owner or an employee, you will likely be the victim of an attempted phishing attack. If you work for clients or your email is in the public domain, a hacker will probably try to infiltrate your device via phishing. A large business would tend to be the most rewarding for a cyber criminal, but they'll take what they can get. So below, we will explain how you can help yourself and your employees to best resist and identify a phishing attack.