"Meet Jim, a Model Employee…and Phishing Target."

Video: "Meet Jim, a Model Employee…and Phishing Target."

Description: https://www.mimecast.com At any given moment, anyone inside your organization could click a malicious URL – without even knowing it’s a phishing scam. Shield your employees and network from spam and virus attacks with Mimecast Targeted Threat Protection. In a busy office filled, JIM, an over-eager employee, sitting at his desk cheerfully checking through his e-mail Inbox. Jeremy Piven walks. This is Jim. Jim is a model employee. So, when Jim gets an e-mail with the subject line "Employee Survey" with instructions to "click here” to complete the survey, he eagerly clicks the link to provide his feedback. Jim does as the Spokesperson describes. What Jim doesn't know is that e-mail was actually a phishing scam, and by clicking that URL, he just downloaded a remote access trojan that has given a cyber criminal remote access to his computer and the corporate network. Jim reacts to what the Spokesperson just said with a sudden realization. JIM Wait...What? Jim frantically tries to undo what he just did by hitting the escape button repeatedly. JIM No, no, no, no, no... SPOKESPERSON (Direct to Camera) Phishing scams like these, fooling innocent employees, happen every day and can cost your company thousands. Employees in the background also receive the phony "survey" e-mail link. Jim starts to shrink in his chair. SPOKESPERSON (CONT'D) For protection from cyber attacks like these, get Mimecast. Graphics on screen of IT Admin. Screen (eye candy). SPOKESPERSON (CONT'D) Industry leading protection from spear-phishing, impersonation and ransomware attacks. Logo on screen. SPOKESPERSON (CONT'D) Mimecast, making e-mail safer for business. INT. OFFICE - CONTINUOUS Spokesperson halfheartedly comforts Jim. SPOKESPERSON It’s gonna be okay.

Will Your Employees Recognize a Phony Email Survey Link?

At any given moment, anyone inside your organization could click a malicious URL – without even knowing it’s a phishing scam.

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