Email Tag

email virus Several recent security reports have showed us that the CrytoLocker Virus is on the rise (a virus that functions as a ransom, your information is encrypted until you pay a fee). Although our company is expert in preventing and deactivating viruses such as the CrytoLocker Virus, the best strategy is to avoid them altogether. Here are some of the ways you can be proactive with your cybersecurity needs: Severely infected computers send viruses to other users across the network by using contact list of your email software and shared resources within your office. Having an IT force at your side can help, but the best prevention is education. So before you download that attachment, make sure you read these guidelines to keep your network safe.

With the relative safety of most email these days, it’s important not to let down your guard, but instead implement the following best practices to stay up-to-date with email security. Case in point: Telx recently discovered a Cryptolocker virus (a type of ransomware that encrypts and holds your information hostrage until until you purchase an encryption key) in one of our client's server. We caught it in time, but though it would be a good time to touch base about email security.