Close the HR Hole in Your Cybersecurity

It begins like this. An email arrives claiming to be from local authorities with information that the deadly coronavirus infection is being carried by one of your employees.You’re a bit suspicious but you recognize the logo and contact name. A PDF or link is attached, urging you to confirm the employee. You click and open it, infecting your computer with phishing malware. The malware gets to work harvesting employee data. It then injects more malicious code, stealing more information and monitoring employee activities.