Whether you are a small business or a multi-location cooperation, managed IT services can help your business optimize its processes, secure your information, and allow you to focus your efforts on what matters most- growing your business. Here, at Quarterhorse, we work our clients on their unique IT needs. Our main priority is to find solutions that best fit each individual business. Our solutions are created to: Fortify the... Read More
Phishing attacks have been in the social consciousness now for a while, and for good reason: it is the predominant way that hackers gain access to secured networks and data. Unfortunately, awareness to an issue doesn’t always result in positive outcomes. In this case, hackers get more aggressive, and by blanketing everyone under a seemingly limitless phishing net, 57 billion phishing emails go out every year. If a fraction of those emails accomplish their intended goal, the hackers on the other end of them really make out. As a result, endpoint security has become a major consideration for nearly every organization. There are strategies and solutions that businesses can implement that will not only give IT administrators the resources they need to protect the company’s data and computing infrastructure, but also trains their staff in the backhanded way these hackers try and infiltrate the business’ network with their legitimate credentials. Let’s take a look at some different forms of phishing and what you should be teaching your staff to keep them from messing up, and making your business just another negative statistic.
- Written by Ken Fletcher
- Published: 18 Mar 2019