Are you protecting your business from cyber threats?
As a business owner, cyber criminals always want what you have: Access to your information.
Whether it's access to information your computer, your phone, or your tablet, your information is always at risk. If you are a business owner, you are also at risk to having customer or client information compromised. One of the ways cyber criminals gain access to the information you store is via Social Engineering.
Social Engineering happens when criminals employ the use of manipulative techniques, strategies, or tactics to get you to willingly share personal or confidential information with them. This could include passwords, usernames, social security numbers, bank information, or customer/client information. The most common form of social engineering is Email Phishing.
Please join O'Fallon-Shiloh People in Business as Kenric S. Lynn, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), briefly discusses Email Phishing and why it's important for a business owner to be aware of it. He will talk about what email phishing is and provide useful tips on how to mitigate the risk of becoming a victim as well as what to do if we believe our information has been compromised.
We look forward to seeing you there!