Email security is always important, but it’s extra important for email users on an organization’s network. If you fall victim to a hacker or malware attack on your company email network, it can potentially impact everyone in the organization and even your customers and business partners.
Hackers and thieves exploit email every day to break into business networks. You can help mitigate risks for your business by following good email security practices.
Email based security threats against organizations have evolved in recent years. Phishing, spear fishing, spoofing, malware, ransomware, and social engineering attacks have skyrocketed. Email attackers are getting craftier and more precise in their targeting.
Not only that, but the amount of sensitive data up for grabs in email has grown. Companies today produce, analyze, and use more data than ever. Hackers are betting that a lot of that data passes through email, and they’re right. It is easier than ever for hackers to steal your organization’s money and information. All they need to make an attempt is your email address.
What happens next is up to you.
Attackers are banking on the chance that you’re going to fall for their tricks and let them in.
ThrottleNet has created a handy Secure Email Checklist to help our clients and friends remember the do’s and don’ts of email security. Click below to view and download the PDF (it’s free). We encourage you to share it with your team or print a copy and hang it up to help keep your people informed and on guard against email threats.
Keep this checklist in mind while checking your inbox and you will greatly reduce your chance of falling victim to an attack.
If you need to find out more information about securing your company email or business IT security in general, give us a call or shoot us an email. ThrottleNet would love to help you out and answer your questions. Our experts are standing by!
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