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Posted on January 30, 2020 by in Business

As data breaches and cyber scams escalate in 2020, businesses and individuals are at more risk than ever before. In 2019, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received more than 3.2 million reports for fraud and scams, and today’s sophisticated hackers are continually refining their tactics to compromise sensitive personal and business information. Don’t let security be an intimidating or abstract idea — with the right strategy and expertise, it can be easily be rooted in every action and business process, and help reduce human error and failures, which lead to almost half of all data breaches.

View this 15-minute webinar, 2020 Scams & Vulnerabilities | Tips for Reducing Your Business’ Vulnerability. I hosted this session with Brandon Koehler, Head of Customer Support, about the tactics cyberthieves are using to target your business, and the balancing act between proactive measures and post-security incident actions that every business and employee should know.

You’ll Learn More About:

  • Your Risk Exposure | Some cyber scams remain perennial favorites, and others apply a new spin to an old approach — understand the risks you and your employees need to be prepared for in 2020 — and just where your business may rank in terms of vulnerability
  • Steps for Reducing Risk | Plugging known vulnerabilities, and watching for the unknown, is a critical mission for every business to be more secure, and we’ll share some of the tools available to help.
  • How to Engage Restorative Action | When the worst occurs, you want to get back to business as quickly as possible, and you need help to repair your good name — with frontline insights from the experts to reduce the threat of it happening again.

2020 scams and vulnerabilities learning session