It’s been said that when it comes to phishing and malware, there are two kinds of people—those who know they’re victims, and those who don’t. Last week’s Tip post, Small Business Security: Focus on a Speedy Recovery, detailed measures you can take to mitigate the damage in the (unfortunately very likely) event that your small business finds itself compromised by ransomware or other malware, or finds that an employee has been tricked into disclosing credentials.
That’s the pound of cure. This week we’ll focus on the ounce of prevention. After all, it is far better to detect a phishing email before you download a malicious attachment or click a link leading to a phishing page. And in the event that you don’t catch yourself before you click, it is critical that you pay attention to browser warnings and other signs that you are on a phishing screen rather than a legitimate website.Read More »