Cyber related crime has increased by as much as 400 percent just this last month! Hackers understand that teams are working in unsecure home environments and even possibly on unsecure home machines and this makes them easy pickings.
It’s sad that while most of us are working tirelessly to make ends meet, hackers and fraudsters are using the situation to their advantage.
Well the team at Vet IT Services has had enough!
To help local businesses it has put together a “Beware of Hackers” webinar, led by their very own certified ethical hacker and Vet IT expert Jack Peploe who will talk through how to arm your practice against the hackers and fraudsters who are taking advantage of the current climate. The webinar will cover:
- Understanding the basics of what drives a hacker, where they typically reside and why this matters to you
- The approaches and tactics that hackers use to get what they want
- Actual hacks that hackers are currently using during this difficult time
- Understanding how to identify them as a scam so that you don’t fall victim using real-life examples
- What to do if ever you are to fall victim to limit the damage
The webinar will take place next week, Tuesday 5 May at 7.30pm, and you can register for free.
If you are unsure whether or not to register, here are some testimonials from vets who have attended a cyber security webinar with Vet IT Services previously:
“The webinar was fun and informative, but really impressed upon me the importance of being vigilant with our cyber security. It’s genuinely scary how clever hackers are these days” – John K.
“Wow – I had no idea that Phishing had become so sophisticated. I thought I knew what to look for but it turns out I was totally clueless. Thanks Jack and the team at Vet IT Services” – Claire S.
“Jack’s knowledge of hackers and how they work is second to none, and he explained everything in a simple and easy to understand way. I learned a lot and am a lot better prepared now” – Steve H.
“Learning about hacks from an actual certified ethical hacker was fascinating. I didn’t know how much I just didn’t know!” – Helen J.