We are entering the last quarter of 2021 for Cyber Security Awareness Training. This years’ Cyber Security Challenges were additional opportunities to fine-tune our Cyber Security Culture. With continuous phishing emails, text messages and phone calls, we remained clear of company data breaches and remained true to our policies regarding protecting our customers’ networks as we continue to meet and exceed their cyber requirements.
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. Communicate, Communicate, Communicate. Lone Star Communications is rapidly growing with many new faces at our various regions. In many cases, cyber criminals’ successes are built around tricking new employees into clicking and entering personal information. As we proceed into the fall holiday months, let’s continue to be aware of the popular fake gift card requests by criminals imitating our executives; simply completely delete this email from Outlook by pressing “SHIFT + DELETE.” Do not let ANY fake emails reside in your deleted or trash folder. These emails could potentially have scripts or coding that may execute and cause vulnerabilities.
Thank you for your continued support as we work together to improve our cyber security posture. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com .
September Cyber Security Defender
Dakota Stowe, Receptionist, Grand Prairie Office
Dakota is one of the many new additions to the Lone Star Communications Family for 2021. As a new employee, with various duties as a receptionist, she is on the front lines to receiving a myriad of phishing emails and vishing (fake phone calls) attempts. She is continuously remaining vigilant at reporting and catching these fake attempts.
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-Brian Banks, Internal Information Security Officer