Case study: A hacker sends a fraudulent e-mail to one of your employees. With this e-mail, he manages to obtain the access data for your payment software. Operating in the background, the cyber criminal then transfers CHF 25,000 to an account abroad. Despite rapid intervention, the money cannot be retrieved.
Fraudsters use fake websites, e-mails and text messages to attempt to obtain confidential data from unsuspecting Internet users. This may include access data for e-mail accounts, login details for online auction platforms such as eBay or even access data for e-banking.
Take these five measures to protect your business and train your staff to deal with cyber risks.
It is also particularly important to train staff to recognize fake e-mails where possible. Helvetia now offers free security training for SMEs and their employees. Learn more about how to behave correctly online and handle confidential data.
In the event of a claim, Helvetia also provides access to a network of experts consisting of IT security specialists and others.