How to Protect Your Business from Phishing

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    How to Protect Your Business from Phishing

    Hello Friends,

    I just have a little understanding of phishing, but I'm interested in learning more about it.
    As a basis, please spread the word about phishing.

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    Phishing is a type of cyberattack that is delivered through various communication channels, such as email, SMS, social media, and telephone calls, amongst others. Attackers hope to trick people into clicking on malicious website links or visiting unsafe websites where they can be tricked into giving away login credentials, business or personal information, and money as a result of their deception. Phishing messages frequently attempt to mimic those of legitimate organisations, including their logos, email addresses, and other identifying characteristics, in order to convince victims that they are genuine. Using this methodology to defraud customers can be a source of concern for businesses because it has the potential to have a negative impact on their reputations when scammers use their identities.

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      #3
      Nice, This is very Informative for me.

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        How to defend against phishing

        Teaching employees and consumers how to recognise phishing communications isn't enough, according to the NCSC. While poorly written and clearly mocked-up or pasted logos make many simple to identify, not all of them are amateurish, and consumers aren't always on the lookout. Instead, companies should take a multi-pronged strategy. Here are some examples of what you can accomplish.

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          #5
          Make it hard for phishers to attack your customers

          One of the first things a business should do to make it more difficult for fraudsters is to implement anti-spoofing measures, which make it more difficult for crooks to fake your email addresses. Individual employee email addresses should be removed from the public domain to prevent their emails from being exploited in attacks. It's not unusual for finance department workers to receive phishing emails posing as an executive and requesting money transfer to criminals' accounts.

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            #6
            Stop phishing emails getting to inboxes

            The bulk of phishing scams are transmitted through email, and businesses may greatly minimise the risk by filtering as many as possible, ensuring that they never reach their workers' inboxes. Make sure your email hosting includes spam filtering software, such as SpamExperts, or sophisticated email protection, such as Mimecast. These solutions employ cutting-edge threat detection technology to detect and prevent phishing, malware, and spam in both incoming and outgoing mail.

            Your email may be blocked and/or filtered. Filtering sends suspected phishing or spam into a trash folder, whereas blocking prevents email from going through at all.

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              #7
              Thank you so much for sharing such a good information

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                #8
                Stop phishing emails getting to inboxes

                The majority of phishing scams are sent via email and companies can vastly reduce the risk by blocking as many of them as possible so they never end up in their employees’ inboxes. The easy way to do this is to make sure your email hosting comes with filtering tools, like SpamExperts, or advanced email protection, like Mimecast. These tools use up to the minute threat detection technology to identify and block inbound and outbound mail for phishing, malware and spam.

                You can block and/or filter your email. Blocking stops email from getting through altogether, while filtering puts suspected phishing or spam into a junk folder.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Emma Peterson View Post
                  Stop phishing emails getting to inboxes

                  The majority of phishing scams are sent via email and companies can vastly reduce the risk by blocking as many of them as possible so they never end up in their employees’ inboxes. The easy way to do this is to make sure your email hosting comes with filtering tools, like SpamExperts, or advanced email protection, like Mimecast. These tools use up to the minute threat detection technology to identify and block inbound and outbound mail for phishing, malware and spam.

                  You can block and/or filter your email. Blocking stops email from getting through altogether, while filtering puts suspected phishing or spam into a junk folder.
                  Thank you so much.

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