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Hey Sir and/or Madam, can you identify a “phishy” email? Can your colleagues?

With the recent email hacks of the Democratic National Committee, cybersecurity firms may consider shifting their focus to employee training and email security.

That’s what we’re going to do with this newsletter, anyway.

Email is one of the most common entry points for data theft, which is why training your employees to spot phishing scams and malicious links is so important to the success and well-being of your business.

If you’re curious to know whether your company is sufficiently protected against hacking attempts and other possible IT issues, take our self-diagnosis quiz! Or better yet, contact Pendello Solutions for a free technology discovery dialogue to identify specific potential IT issues within your business.


 

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5 telltale signs of a malicious or “phishy” e-mail

How to spot a phishing attempt

While many companies are making investments to ensure their networks are secure from data theft, some overlook the most common way for hackers to gain access to your critical data — email. Between 2010 and 2014, phishing attacks rose by more than 162 percent. Phishing scams present some very large-scale oppor-tuna-ties for cybercriminals.

And please excuse the fish puns. We tried to stop our writer guy, but he was pretty re-sole-ute. So buckle up.

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Take our Technology Self-Diagnosis Quiz: Calculators permitted

How do you know f your IT networks are at risk of failure?

Business technology issues don’t resolve themselves, so it’s only a matter of time before they snowball into bigger problems, or worse yet, full-blown catastrophes. But how does one identify these aforementioned “issues?”

Well, we’ve got just the thing! Fill out our technology self-assessment quiz below to find out if your organization has warning signs of impending business technology issues!

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