Phishing emails are sent by cybercriminals, and they pretend to be from someone you trust like your bank or your local council.
Phishing emails are one of the most significant cyber threats facing your organisation today. Designed to evade both technical and human defences, phishing emails will remain one of the main threat vectors that hackers use to deliver both ransomware and business email compromise (BEC) attacks in 2021.
Your organisation needs to know how to be better at defending against phishing emails. This includes training your people to identify them, implementing processes to deal with them, and hardening your infrastructure to reduce the chance of a phishing email becoming a launchpad for a ransomware or BEC attack.
If you’re unsure where to start, we’re here to help. Here are 12 steps to secure your mail infrastructure against phishing emails