Do you know when an email is legitimate and when it’s a phishing scam?
Check out these examples of current phishing emails so you don’t fall for them.
Making your website live is like unlocking the door to your premises with your office and safe open: Most of the people who visit your physical building will never even know that all of your data is there to discover just by walking in. Occasionally you will find someone with malicious intent who will walk in and steal your data. That is why you have locks on doors and safes.
Older American Resources from Homeland Security
While the Internet allows us to stay connected, informed, and involved with family and friends, any public environment requires awareness and caution. Just as you use locks to keep criminals out of your home, you also need safeguards to secure your computer. Below find resources and materials to help you stay cyber safe.
Free WiFi at a coffee shop or other public space is a welcome sign for millions of people everyday who want to get some work done, make a video call, or just catch up on a bit of online shopping.
With the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Senate Banking Committee all making cybersecurity a top priority in 2015, the financial industry seems to feel the crosshairs hackers have placed over them.