Phishing is a top cybersecurity threat for every organization. It can cause problems ranging from minor inconvenience to catastrophic business interruption. Learn more about phishing attacks and how to prevent them using the resources below.
Video: Phishing in the workplace
AGH’s experienced cybersecurity professional, Brian Johnson, discusses the threat phishing poses to organizations.
Article: How to prevent phishing attacks
Use these tips to help stop phishing emails from harming your organization.
Phishing Awareness Training
The U.S. Department of Defense phishing awareness training is a great way to engage employees on this important topic. Watch the short educational video here.
If you believe an attack has occurred, notify your IT department immediately. If you are interested in further information or training, contact us using the information below.
Senior Vice President
Technology Services and Administration
Brian Johnson is an experienced technology executive and consultant with a proven track record of leadership in technology management. As a technology and business leader with more than 30 years of experience, Brian successfully leverages his technology background, business acumen, and people management skills to help organizations link innovative technology solutions to their strategy and mission. Brian’s technology experience and credentials are supplemented by his training as a certified public accountant.
Brian is a frequent speaker and advisor on technology developments and trends. A certified public accountant, he has extensive expertise in IT risk advisory services and has earned the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified In the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), credentials as well as additional certifications in operations management, systems engineering, and solution development. Brian was named one of the Wichita Business Journal’s CIO of the Year honorees in 2015.