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Business Email Compromise (BEC) continues to be a top attack method cyber criminals use to steal millions from Colorado businesses. BEC is spear phishing targeting individuals that are involved with a company’s financial decisions with the intention of compromising that corporate officer’s email account. Read this document for more information on BEC.
For decades, phishing has proven an effective method for attackers to dupe just about anyone into clicking on malicious links so they can wreak havoc on personal and professional lives. Alphabet made a quiz to help you detect phishing scams.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) developed a campaign designed to help companies protect their assets from cyber attacks. NCSC is offering materials, including videos, brochures, and posters, to help organizations guard against supply chain threats, phishing threats, and economic/intellectual espionage.
The Small Business Association has cyber security training and events for small business.
This self-paced training exercise provides an introduction to securing information in a small business. Topics include the following:
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Training your employees is the number one way to protect your business from cyber attacks. Amazon makes available the cybersecurity awareness training the company uses with its employees to businesses and individuals around the world—at no cost.