Businesses are being forced to pay thousands of dollars to overseas hackers to rid their computers of an unbreakable virus known as Cryptolocker. The “ransomware” infects computers through programs and credible-looking emails, taking computer files and photographs hostage.
Obtaining an IT advantage is one area where businesses can save considerable costs and simplify their needs.
According to a recent study, the average office worker spends 29 days every year checking emails.
Businesses have been warned to keep their eyes peeled for signs they’re being targeted by a huge business email compromise (BEC).
Singapore’s widely held reputation as a fairly straight-laced, conservative society is in many respects well-deserved. Most people are well and truly familiar with the strong ethos of cleanliness and order typified by the strict rules on acts such as disposing of gum or trash on the street.