Every company uses e-mail to communicate, but few understand that this type of unstructured data needs to be protected. Considering that over 90% of attacks start with e-mail yet only 43% of IT professionals see projects involving unstructured data as a top priority, it’s not surprising that these attacks can cause significant financial damage. Here’s how companies can safeguard against this risk.
You know Bob who works for your organization? That's right, Bob, the CFO. Nice guy. Organized, always on time, gets the job done. Good guy (except when he got tanked at the Christmas party but let's not talk about that). Well, there's something you might not know about Bob: He's incredibly dangerous to your business.
Could you spot a phishing attack if and when it crosses your inbox? What about your colleagues? Your executive staff and mangers that hold the keys to the kingdom? Read on to explore the anatomy of a phishing email and how to avoid falling prey to these attacks.
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