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Security & Privacy - Businesses

Online security is a mutual responsibility. Cardinal offers a variety of tools and resources to help protect your accounts. However, you have a responsibility to ensure your accounts are protected as well. Check this page regularly for tips and tools you can use to stay safe online.

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• Never connect removable media that is found, especially if you’re not sure where it came from.

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Email Spoofing – How To Protect Yourself

CEO’s and Executives continue to be a target for email spoofing.  Spoofing is the creation of email messages with a forged or fake senders address, making it appear as if it is coming from a company executive, to mislead recipients in hopes you will follow their request.This is easy for hackers to do because the main protocol used in sending email does not include any mechanism for authenticating the sender.  Unfortunately, some Cardinal clients have already been a victim of spoofing and we don’t want it to happen to you.  Employee awareness is the key to prevention. Read Full Article

Learn more including Guidelines to Protect Yourself and frequently asked questions.

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