There is no escaping, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are coming. Officially, Black Friday is November 26 this year, followed by Cyber Monday on November 29, but promotions and announcements have already been in full swing for weeks.
Even if you don’t want to, it’s difficult as a customer and as a company not to participate in the Black Friday and Cyber Monday rush.
How do you navigate your company, your digital services (e.g., e-commerce website), your employees, and your customers through these commercial heydays? Here are some tips to stay one step ahead of hackers and empower employees.
What’s the difference between Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Black Friday kicks off the Christmas buying season with huge discounts and bargains in physical shops and online, whereas Cyber Monday focuses more on e-commerce deals. Therefore, this period marks a lot of online traffic, countless financial transactions, and a high load on your digital services. We share some strategies to prepare your organization for high-load commercial periods:
Not only during commercial periods like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, hackers focus their efforts on people, but all year round. Here are ten tips to empower your employees and raise security awareness.
Whether you join in the commercial madness or not, these tips and tricks can be used and implemented all year round to protect your business, customers, and employees. Because above all, being prepared and aware is an important step to outsmart hackers. So, now that the Christmas shopping season has officially started, we hope you enjoy a safe and excellent shopping experience for yourself and your customers!
If you would like to continue the conversation about security awareness or share your ideas or challenges, do not hesitate to contact our team of Security and Service Intelligence experts.