An Old Cyber-Scam Targets Mobile Devices
Posted May 13, 2020
- Even if your employees don’t have sensitive company or client data stored directly on their mobile devices, they can probably login to your company’s network via those devices. Hackers can grab that key information through a successful phishing attack.
- Encourage clients to follow up on any suspicious communication that appears to be from your firm and get verbal confirmation from their representative.
- In a remote services world, a quick conversation is phishing’s biggest enemy.
ADVISOR PERSPECTIVE – Reid Johnston | May 13, 2020