Cyber criminals are targeting businesses of all sizes, all the time. And new research shows just how they’re doing it. We tell you how to stay protected.
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In business, your mobile is more than just a communication device. It’s a vault of sensitive (and valuable) information. And with Microsoft and Samsung on the case, that vault just got a lot safer.
What can you do to protect your business?
The answer is simpler than you might think. The best course of action when it comes to phishing is to slow down, observe, and analyze. Check for discrepancies in URLs, domains, and message text.
Whilst cyber criminals are getting smarter and smarter with their tactics, there’s no need to panic. By being aware of the warning signs and taking proactive steps to protect your business, you can stay one step ahead of these digital tricksters.
By using a secure browser like Edge, you can reduce your risk of falling victim to such attacks.
Of course, we know that not everyone is an expert on cyber security. That’s why Microsoft is making it easy to stay safe without needing a degree in computer science.
BEC attacks are becoming more common and more sophisticated, but with the right awareness, training, and security solutions, you can protect your business.
Don’t wait until it’s too late – take action today to keep your business safe.