Fight Back: How Your Business Can Survive the Cyber Threat

It was likely a morning that began as any other at the small business in this true story. Employees arrived for work, had some coffee and checked their email inboxes. A few noticed an email regarding a transfer of funds that had failed, and forwarded it to their in-house accountant, who clicked on the attachment to see if there was a problem that required attention. Twelve hours later, the bank account of the business was wiped clean of the $150,000 or so that represented the business’s operating liquidity.

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Source: Bloomberg.com


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