We learn as kids not to talk to strangers, but as adults, we sometimes forget this lesson when we engage with emails. That’s why it is so crucial to put email security best practices in place in order to protect your data, customers and company as a whole.
Blog Posts by Brian Fritton
Culture Club: Creating a Company Culture for Security
Everyone knows how important security is to companies and organizations. There were about 1,500 data breaches in the US in 2019 alone. But there are a number of organizations out there that have not adopted a security culture.
Email Security Best Practices for Avoiding Common Threats
Email Security Best Practices to Avoid Cyberattacks Over Email
How to Create an Email Policy to Protect Your Company
Every company approaches email policy differently. It’s important for modern small businesses to understand key areas to include in an email policy and how to implement it.
The Dangers of Working from Home for Cybersecurity
Worried about the dangers of working from home for cybersecurity during the pandemic? Record numbers of employees are working from home for the time being, with a whopping 42 percent of the U.S. labor force now working remotely full-time. And as homes become offices,...
How To Check Spam on Gmail
Spam may seem like a thing of the past, but it’s important to know what to do with your spam folder in 2020. Read about how to check spam on gmail.
Do you recognize this smishing example?
Smishing attacks are on the rise. Read this post to learn more about how a smishing example could fool you into giving up personal data.
The Best Defense Against Malware for Your Company
Are you worried about malware infecting your employees’ computers? As more and more employees are working from home, malware is becoming a growing concern. Malware can infect and inflict harm on devices and computers in a number of different forms, including spyware, Trojans, viruses and worms. It is crucial that you and your employees know the best defense against malware in every form.
The Latest Hack — Amtrak
Amtrak Guest Rewards users’ personally identifiable information (PII) was compromised.
The Latest Hack – Wishbone App
40 million user records from the Wishbone app were released online, some with easily decryptable passwords.