More than 156 million phishing emails are sent globally every day.
• 16 million make it through filters
• 8 million are opened
• 800,000 links are clicked
• 80,000 fall for a scam every day and share their personal information
A spear-phishing attack consists of a message (in an email, SMS or in some instant messaging application) that is carefully crafted in order to lure a person into downloading a malicious attachment, or clicking on a malicious link. It differs from traditional phishing attacks in that spear-phishing attacks require research before they are executed.
Of hacks that led to full breaches, 38% compromised systems in seconds and 38% took days to contain. Over the past 11 years, 96% of all security incidents fell into nine basic patterns, with the top 4 patterns involve human error or misuse.
Join us as Jim Satterfield, President and COO of Firestorm outlines:
- Why the chance of a cybersecurity breach to your business increases
- How businesses will be impacted at many levels: human, operational, reputational and financial levels
This webinar will discuss the very basics of data breach prevention. This is the precursor to our next session: When Your Customer Knows More Than You Do – Visibility Vulnerability.
Firestorm® is America’s Crisis Coach®. Since 2005, Firestorm has assisted clients in transforming crisis into value. The Firestorm Predict.Plan.Perform.® methodology combines best-practice consulting with proven crisis management expertise, empowering clients to manage risk and crisis.
Firestorm assesses, audits, develops, trains and tests strategies and programs encompassing emergency response, business continuity, crisis management and crisis communications/PR. Firestorm demonstrates thought leadership in workplace violence prevention, cyber-breach response, communicable illness/pandemic planning, predictive intelligence and every preparedness initiative.
Firestorm has worked with hundreds of schools to keep tens of thousands of students safer. Firestorm provided crisis management and crisis communications services to Virginia Tech after the shootings, and more recently to Littleton, CO, Roswell, NM and Jefferson County School District in Colorado (location of Columbine) among others.