Can your business afford to suffer a cyber-attack
A recent report showed that the world economy now loses more than £740 billion every year to cybercriminals. That is an increase of 50% on figures reported just three years ago.
The kind of cyberattacks affecting local businesses include:
- Phishing attacks: Where a criminal sends an email pretending to be someone else. Often this is an attempt to steal money, such as sending a real invoice with altered bank details. But much worse they could steal your companies data.
- Spoofing: A fake website designed to look like a real one. They want you to enter your username, password and your card details.
- Ransomware: Where your business files are encrypted until a ransom is paid to recover them.
- Malware: Malicious software that does damage to your entire system.
We have been warning our clients for years that it only takes one person, to click on one link from one bad email - and damage can be done. It really is that easy. And with so many businesses in the Midlands likely to be affected in 2021, business leaders should check their levels of protection right now.
So, we have a solution.
We are offering all businesses, whether you are a customer of Crusade Computer Solutions or not a free 14-day trial of our Phishing Simulation and Dark web monitoring.
Crusade will produce a series of simulation emails to send to your staff, to find out whether they know the difference between a genuine email and a cyber-crime attack. At the end of the 14-day trial, we will then provide you with a report on our findings.