RNF Technologies' Co-Founder Talks About The Dangers Of A Phishing Scam Attack
In today's world, any company that doesn't have a solid security policy in place is at risk for data loss and revenue decrease due to hacking attempts by scammers and fraudsters, points out RNF Technologies' Faisal Abidi.
By: RNF Technologies
Faisal Abidi, the co-founder of RNF Technologies, recently discussed the dangers of phishing scams and how they can impact your company's bottom line. Software companies can protect themselves from these attacks by educating their employees about how these scams work and encouraging them to be vigilant about any suspicious email or social media messages that mention the company by name. By being aware of these dangers, employees will be able to protect both the company's assets and its reputation.
According to Faisal Abidi, when it comes to protecting your business from a phishing scam, there are three things that are key: education, policy, and training. First, make sure everyone knows what a phishing email looks like so they can recognize one when they see it. Then, create an anti-phishing policy so that your organization has adequate measures in place in case of an attack. Finally, make sure all employees get some form of phishing training so they know how these attacks work and how to protect themselves against them.
These three approaches will help ensure that no one in your company falls victim to a phishing scam perpetuated by a fraudster; but as with any security measure, they're only effective if people actually follow them. If you want your company to be safe from hacking attacks, you need to invest time and money to ensure everyone knows how important this is.
Other than this, having strong IT security measures like firewalls and anti-virus software in place will provide added protection against malware trying to get into your system via email or other means. Faisal Abidi also recommends having an email policy that includes strong anti-spam measures to prevent employees from receiving these types of messages in the first place.