Protect Your Law Firm from Stolen Credentials!

SOCBOX

Stolen credentials can be used by criminals to access your hosted email and other sensitive data. What can you do to protect your law firm? Here are two tips! Reach out to us, and we’ll send you a free list of all the stolen credentials for your organization that are being sold on the Dark Web so you can plug those gaps in your security.

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Video transcript

This is Ephraim with SOCBOX, and I would like to talk about the Dark Web, stolen credentials, and how you can prevent them from being used against your law firm.

 

So what is the dark web? It’s a marketplace where people sell stolen usernames and passwords that they usually get from other vendors, other partners. They get into their business, they get the username and password log-ins, and then they sell them. Criminals will then buy them, and try to get into your hosted email and sensitive data by doing a little research and seeing where your email is hosted. If the username and password matches—so if your employee’s username and password here matches what was stolen, they can easily get in and you would not know it.

 

So what can you do about it? Have a good partner that has your back and helps you prevent this from happening and look at anomalies, and the next one is reach out to us. We’d love to have a cybersecurity discussion with you. But we will give you for free a list of all the stolen credentials for your organization, and then you and your team can go in there and make systematic changes so that those usernames and passwords, if they match, they can’t get logged in and get to your stuff. Reach out to us, we’d love to have a conversation!


Video transcript

This is Ephraim with SOCBOX, and I would like to talk about the Dark Web, stolen credentials, and how you can prevent them from being used against your law firm.

 

So what is the dark web? It’s a marketplace where people sell stolen usernames and passwords that they usually get from other vendors, other partners. They get into their business, they get the username and password log-ins, and then they sell them. Criminals will then buy them, and try to get into your hosted email and sensitive data by doing a little research and seeing where your email is hosted. If the username and password matches—so if your employee’s username and password here matches what was stolen, they can easily get in and you would not know it.

 

So what can you do about it? Have a good partner that has your back and helps you prevent this from happening and look at anomalies, and the next one is reach out to us. We’d love to have a cybersecurity discussion with you. But we will give you for free a list of all the stolen credentials for your organization, and then you and your team can go in there and make systematic changes so that those usernames and passwords, if they match, they can’t get logged in and get to your stuff. Reach out to us, we’d love to have a conversation!