Rogue Software

Cyber Attack

What is a Rogue Software Attack?

What is a Rogue Software? 

Rogue software is Malware that masquerades as legitimate and necessary security software that will keep your system safe.

How does it work? 

Rogue security software designers make pop-up windows and alerts that look legitimate. These alerts advise the user to download security software, agree to terms or update their current system in an effort to stay protected. By clicking “yes” to any of these scenarios, the rogue software is downloaded to the user’s computer.

How can I prevent it? 

The best defence is a good offence—in this case, an updated firewall. Make sure you have a working one in your office that protects you and your employees from these types of attacks. It is also a good idea to install a trusted anti-virus or anti-spyware software program that can detect threats like rogue software.

Some worrying Statistics
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Detected Attacks

and 25% of Large Firms experience a breach at least once per month

 
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Suppliers

of all businesses set cyber security standards
for their suppliers

 
 
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Have Written

a formal written cyber security policy to protect their business

 
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Recommended Action

to identify risks
from Cyber Attacks

 
Stay Safe, Stay Sure, BE SECURE!

Cyber attacks are being performed every second of every day.

You must review your current Cyber defences and continue to have them tested by professional organisations.

 

 

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