Infographic: Cybercrime facts your customers need to know

Posted by MailGuard on Oct 29, 2020 1:14:08 PM

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Earlier this month, we partnered with the National Cyber Security Alliance to mark Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM), a global initiative dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of cybersecurityThis year’s theme is ‘Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart’, helping to empower individuals and organisations to own their role in protecting their part of cyberspace.

While CSAM might be coming to an end, it is never too late to remind our customers of the need to enhance their cybersecurity strategiesWith global cybercrime predicted to cost up to $6 trillion annually by 2021, being equipped with the right information and taking action quickly can help prevent businesses from getting caught in the landslide. 

This CSAM, empower your customers with critical cybercrime facts that every email user needs to know. To help, we’ve put together an infographic with latest statistics on cybercrime that you can share.  

Download Infographic

 

Together, let’s continue collaborating and learning from one another to protect our customers from cybercrime.    

What strategies are you advocating to your clients, to ensure their businesses and their data are always protected? We'd love to hear your views. Feel free to contact us via the details below or join the conversation on our Twitter and LinkedIn pages.    

 

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Topics: Cybersecurity expert cybersecurity advice partners technology Infographic Cybersecurity Awareness Month National Cyber Security Alliance

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