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The June, 2021 report on the state of water and wastewater utilities’ cyber security by the Water Sector Coordinating Council illustrates just one type of utility that is severely under-served with its training and awareness.
With new attacks emerging that target Operational Technology networks and devices, as well as field staff that face different physical and personnel risks, it is becoming critical to have all staff trained to spot and avoid cyber security incidents.
If your utility needs to put a security awareness program in place that effectively immerses staff into situations involving phishing, spear-phishing and social engineering risks, Click Armor is an ideal solution for you.
According to Accenture, one out of three targeted cyber attacks against insurance companies are successful. Most of these attacks are initiated through phishing or spear phishing, often targeting executives (whaling) with sophisticated scams to gain access to data or funds.
The insurance industry knows better than any other that risks need to be understood before budgeting for security measures. Basic skills for defending against phishing and social engineering attacks are essential for agents, CSRs and claims personnel.
For underwriters seeking to assess how cyber security risks impact claims from insured parties, Click Armor can provide a strategic tool for simultaneously providing value to clients by helping them learn to avoid cyber threats, while also providing the insurer with important assurance data to know how vulnerable the clients are.
Imagine being able to offer discounts for individuals or firms that can prove they are less vulnerable to attacks. Insurance brokers can also show leadership for their clients by using Click Armor to show them how to assess their own vulnerability to cyber threats.
According to NTT Security, manufacturing is the most targeted industry for phishing, spear phishing and social engineering attacks, and Deloitte has assessed manufacturers in general as being uncertain regarding their own preparedness to deal with these attacks.
As manufacturing increasingly depends on the integrity of its supply chain, attackers know that the easiest way into a large target network is through its suppliers. While many large manufacturers extend their security policies to their suppliers, it can be hard to know how well those organizations will be able to comply.
Using Click Armor as a benchmark for the entire supply chain, manufacturers have the opportunity to assess the security awareness of their entire ecosystem of workers. Assurance data from Click Armor’s phishing and social engineering simulations can be used to rate suppliers on their contribution to overall risk. Click Armor’s vulnerability analytics can also be used to show due diligence to government and large corporate customers, demonstrating that security awareness is strong throughout your supply chain.
Accounting and Financial Services
HEADLINES: “New email scam targets tax pros warning their EFINs will be suspended”… “IRS Warns of Corona Virus-related Scams“… These two recent phishing-related headlines from Accounting Today indicate how aggressively scammers are targeting accountants and their clients.
Financial professionals are entrusted with what scammers would consider to be a treasure-trove of personal information about clients and their various types of accounts. Protecting this data is critical to organizations of all sizes. Click Armor can ensure that the entire firm gets the most engaging and effective cyber security awareness training for employees available today, in a way that is cost-effective, easy to deploy and suitable for busy schedules. Accounting firms can also offer branded versions of Click Armor to their clients to help protect them from IRS scams and other attacks.