Whether you and your employees are on-site or working remotely, your company needs a strong security awareness program. No matter how loyal, savvy, and hardworking your crew is, the business you’ve spent years building up will be exponentially safer when your staff gets cybersecurity training. These are just five of the many topics Alterity’s cybersecurity courses cover.
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Now more than ever, the world needs leaders. To navigate a global pandemic and the ensuing economic fallout, executive leadership is crucial. Whether you learn them in leadership training courses or on the job, these five behaviors can help keep your business afloat during times of crisis.
There is no shortage of scary and fearful things going on in the world – a global pandemic, riots, hurricanes, “murder hornets”, “meth gators”, and of course cyber threats and crime. This constant flow of information around all these things has caused a general sense of fear and dread that needs to be addressed. While we could talk about each of these things at length, this article will focus on cyber threats.
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An innocent-looking email from a friend. A fake email from a bank. A message that looks like it came from your company’s IT guy prompting a password change. All it takes is one wrong click by an uninformed employee. Then hackers are in, accessing and even gaining control of your corporate system, creating a huge mess to clean up and compromising customer trust forever. Phishing is a serious threat to any business. And as cybercriminals get increasingly sophisticated, there’s always a new threat, a cutting-edge scam, to look out for. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about phishing attacks in 2020 so you can keep your network safe from hackers and coach your team to prevent attacks with anti-phishing training.