Are your admin team receiving fraudulent emails, text messages and phone calls?
Are your admin team struggling to know which emails, text messages and phone calls are legitimate and which are fraudulent?
This is, in fact, a more common issue than you may think. Hackers and profile impersonators are becoming more and more sophisticated in the way in which they are targeting individuals and businesses. This therefore means that people are mistaking fraudulent messages for genuine messages and vice versa. This is a huge problem for businesses as interacting with a fraudulent message (such as clicking on a link or downloading an attachment), you are putting your client’s personal data at risk. However, ignoring genuine messages, you are losing valuable business. This is an issue that needs to be tackled head on and without further hesitation.
That’s where we come in…
Anson Evaluate are now offering a specialised fraudulent communications training course, whereby we come to your offices/firms/homes (wherever you may be located) and train your admin staff on how to avoid being tricked by a fraudulent message. By using our training services, you could save your entire company from falling victim to a cyber-attack. It is as easy as one clicks for a hacker to gain access to your systems.
This presentation covers:
- What is a cybercriminal
- The cyber-attack kills chain and the different stages of an attack.
- What is phishing?
- Images of real scam messages and how to spot one.
- Ransomware attacks – what it could mean for your business and how to prevent an attack from happening.
- A quiz to see if you can spot the phishing message.
- Phishing text messages
- Why scam messages can affect lives/careers.
- Scam phone calls
- What is social engineering
- What signs can you look out for to see a profile is fake.
The following is a review from just one of the companies who we have delivered the presentation to:
“Thank you to both of you for such an excellent and informative presentation. I have asked everyone if they found it useful and the answer was yes from all. I think it has really opened everybody’s eyes to the potential dangers out there and that it can happen both in a business and personal capacity. Loved the analogy between Home Alone and cyber security.”
Richard Jewitt, Footprint Tools