of data breaches
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Security Awareness Training is a critical component of a comprehensive business security plan
really easy to become a victim
Have you ever opened a file that turned out to be other than what you expected? It's just that simple for you or an employee to bring ransomware or other malicious software (malware) into your business. Here are three things an employee can do to introduce malware into your company.
OPEN AN INFECTED FILE
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VISIT A INFECTED SITE
Known as a "drive-by infection", simply visiting a compromised site is enough to trigger the attack. A user doesn't have to click on any links, loading the site is enough to infect his computer. Don't forge that any site can be compromised at any time. A site that was safe yesterday may not be safe today.
INSERT AN UNKNOWN FLASH DRIVE, MEMORY CARD, OR CD
This is especially dangerous if your computer is set to automatically run inserted media—the default state for many versions of Microsoft Windows.
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If so, perhaps it's time to reevaluate the manner in which you manage documents. JC Kelly can help your organization through