Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud

Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud Organizations have been victimized by a wide range of threats and exploits, most notably phishing attacks that have penetrated corporate defenses, targeted email attacks launched from compromised accounts, and sensitive or confidential information accidentally leaked through email. A survey conducted among corporate decision makers in early 2018 discovered that nearly 28% of organizations had experienced a phishing attack that was successful in infecting their networks. Don’t let this happen to your organization. This new Osterman Research whitepaper outlines ten best practices to consider that show how a combination of risk assessment and audits of your current security posture, implementing end-user security awareness training, and establishing detailed security policies can protect your organization from ransomware, CEO Fraud and other phishing attacks.