The current situation often demands mobile working from home which in turn attracts more cyber criminals. Spear phishing e-mails used to spread malware are in increased circulation. Recently, the Czech hospital in Brno fell victim to a cyber-attack. How can threats be detected early on and damage avoided?
Working from home requires actively working together with your colleagues against cyber threats to protect your IT infrastructure and data. For example, phishing e-mails can be recognised as follows: The message is seeking to create a feeling of urgency and elicit a quick reaction in the reader. It may tell you should perform a certain action now in order to...
The majority of these messages contain at least two of the following typical phishing features:
Of course, these tips don’t just apply to your e-mail account, but also to social media communications channels such as WhatsApp, LinkedIn and XING.