In our previous newsletter, we discussed the human firewall and the importance each member of an organization plays in keeping its data secure. On-going security training is an important measure to implement as this ensures that staff are up to date on new tactics the bad guys are using to conduct their attacks. While many scams and attack vectors share similar traits, new methods continue to be developed to catch potential victims off guard.
This month we wanted to highlight our partners’ Security Training Superstars. CSOLVE ran a competition to REWARD the Security Awareness participants that completed their training. All subscribers with 100% completion rate were entered into a draw for five $50 Gift Cards! Congrats to our winners and thank you for doing your part to keep your organizations safe!
Have you ever received an email that left you doubting its legitimacy? It’s estimated that over 300 billion spam emails are sent every day, and bad actors are getting better at making these seem real. Here are some “red flags” to look out for whenever you receive an email you weren’t expecting. Remember to Stop, Look, and Think.
At CSOLVE, we are dedicated to helping our customers remain aware, alert and responsive to cyber threats that can potentially come through email. By implementing these tips in your daily routine, you potentially reduce your risk! Contact us to learn more on how to protect your organization.
What a fantastic event! CSOLVE team members Jeff Weicker and Rob Megaw attended this event that achieved a fund-raising goal of $50,000 for several local charities that are making such a positive impact in our communities! We are grateful to the staff of Brooklea Golf and Country Club and the generous volunteers from the Township and Charities for organizing such a wonderful event. It was a great opportunity to network with other like-minded people and to learn more about the amazing work that our local charities are doing!
This month the team from CSOLVE participated in the Southern Georgian Bay Airboat Rescue Fire Truck Pull! Teams competed to pull a fire truck 100 ft. the quickest, while raising money for this much needed rescue boat for our community. The event was a great success, and team CSOLVE even managed to place first in the amateur division. The fundraising effort is still going, so be sure to support this important cause: https://www.sgbairboatrescue.com/