And, did you know that when it comes ransomware, your employees are the biggest risk to your business?
The odds are that at least one employee will click on ANYTHING. And, if just one employee clicks on a malicious link, you can lose EVERYTHING!
Ransomware and other malware scams are at epidemic proportions.
Gone are the days of getting those ridiculous emails where “your long-lost uncle, a Nigerian Prince,” wants to send you a million dollars if you just click a link.
Today’s cybercriminals are smarter than this. Their ransomware phishing emails are realistic and believable. The odds of being fooled into clicking a malicious link are great. Pentagon Data Breach Shows Growing Sophistication of Phishing Attacks.
Small businesses like yours are extremely vulnerable to ransomware attacks. It causes significant downtime, data loss, financial costs, and damages the reputation of every business it touches.
Cybercriminals don’t care if you’re a one-man shop, a small business, or a national corporation. Every business in St. Louis is at risk and everyone is a target.