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THE 2 WORDS EMPLOYEES SHOULD NOT UTTER AFTER CLICKING ON AN EMAIL – OH PHISH!

Your people are unique, so is their value to cyber attackers. They have distinct digital habits and vulnerabilities. They’re targeted by attackers in diverse ways and with varying intensity. Are they equipped to manage?

Ways you could get hooked

TECHNOLOGY ALONE CANNOT STOP US FROM CLICKING ON THE WRONG LINKS

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Cybersecurity is no longer just a concern for the IT department but for the entire organization.

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Whether through email, the web, social media, or other online communications, employees are vulnerable to malware without the proper training.

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It is important that they spot the types of attacks that may compromise company networks.

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Knowing the best practices against data breaches and malware infiltration should be a part of the organization’s overall risk prevention program.

TRAIN THEM TO THINK BEFORE THEY CLICK.

Susceptibility to phishing emails drops almost 20% after a company runs just one simulation according to other online reports. So, people do learn, awareness does rise, and risk can come down with an intelligent solution like OhPhish.

With OhPhish, you can:

AN EMPLOYEE RECEIVED A PHISHING EMAIL –​
NOW WHAT?

Dealing with the consequences of a phishing attack is both time consuming and costly. A single careless click on the wrong link can compromise your entire network. This is why it is important that everyone works together as a team to protect the company.

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  • Make sure there is a system in place to report attacks, and make sure all of your employees understand how important it is to follow through in reporting it.
  • Train your employees to get in touch with the IT department if they come across a case like this so that IT can take appropriate action.
  • While structured annual or semi-annual training is recommended, employees should also receive on-the-fly training when an attack occurs.
  • If any employee, regardless of ranking and designation, clicks on a phishing link, they should receive immediate feedback and additional training.
  • Review the email with them, show them the red flags and indicators they missed, and provide additional training materials to help them avoid being phished in the future.

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