Got an email from the CEO requesting urgent payment of an invoice (or something similar)? Don’t rush in to get the job done, because you might just be participating in a clever new social engineering hack. In other words, that email might not be from the boss at all. Instead, you might have received an order from a hacker, to pay a hacker.
A Disaster Recovery Plan is like an insurance policy. It’s the thing you never hope to need, but are thankful to have when you do. If accidentally putting your phone through the wash feels like a chilly Spring breeze, suffering an organisation–wide operations failure would be a category 5 tornado in the dead of winter. That insurance with the help of IT Managed Services would come in handy, wouldn’t it?
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Trent: Welcome back to TechScoop, thankyou for joining us now today I am joined by an exceptionally special guest Mr Ryan Economos from Mimecast. Thanks for joiing us Ryan, good to see you again.
Trent: Hi there welcome back to Techscoop thankyou for joining us and today you’re in for an absolute treat because once again I’m joined by Ryan Economos from mimecast and we’re talking about the evolution of attacks, this week I want to talk about hwy it’s so hard to stay ahead of all of these attacks. So thankyou fro joining us Ryan.
Trent: Hi there welcome back to TechScoop, thanks for joining us now today I am joined by a very very special guest, Ryan Economos from Mimecast. Thanks for joining me Ryan.