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Maybe you've been wondering if you're late to the party when it comes to cloud computing for business. The good news: no, you're not. Many businesses are still learning how to integrate cloud computing into their day-to-day processes, and it's.
Social engineering is yet another tactic criminals and hackers could use to steal data from an unsuspecting company, and we work with companies frequently who have been affected by social engineering.
This tactic, however, is different than other.
When it comes to your network and all the data inside and around it, the threats are endless. These threats aim to destroy, steal, corrupt, and borrow your data and terrorize your network in the process. But these threats don’t just begin and end with.
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Social engineering is just another way your business can become a victim of a data breach. But social engineering is a little different than viruses, codes, and password-cracking software. Instead, social engineering.
Anyone can create an email. You add a recipient; you type, type, type, and you hit send. It’s really easy. You know how to email. But what about how not to email? That’s not so cut and dry is it?
It might be a new year, but that doesn’t mean the business world has finally rid itself of phishing. As a matter of fact, the sending and receiving of malicious emails will only get worse. Hackers will grow richer and businesses will suffer deeply.