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When someone hears the word “phishing”, they often picture someone sitting on a dock with a fishing pole. Of course, phishing is not the same as fishing, though both share similar traits, according to managed IT services experts in San Antonio. They both try to get someone (or something) to take the bait.
It’s easy to know when someone is fishing. But, can you spot when someone is phishing for a way to infiltrate your company?
Phishing works by convincing the target that the hacker is actually someone else. If the target of the attack takes the bait, the hacker stands to gain valuable information or access to the company’s network.
For example, your A/P person opens what appears to be an email from your biggest vendor with an attachment. That attachment is not an invoice, however. It’s actually malware that starts spreading throughout your network. That’s a successful phishing attack.
The two most common types of phishing attacks, according to managed IT services experts in San Antonio, are:
There are generally two ways to spot a phishing attack:
Securing your company against phishing attacks requires taking better precautions. Contact us now at ICS. We are the IT consultants in San Antonio businesses rely on for their security needs. We also provide managed IT services for San Antonio businesses.