Research by Deloitte found that 91% of all cyber attacks begin with a phishing email (an email that looks like it’s from someone you know, but is actually from criminals).
All email attacks rely on someone in your business falling for the con. So it’s important to create a culture of security within your business to reduce the chances that a ‘social engineering attack’ – a scam that convinces someone to take action – will succeed.
With its huge dominance in the workplace, Microsoft’s Windows has become the prime target for cyber criminals. They’re looking to access your information, disrupt your business, or hold your data to ransom.