Clickjacking Affects Businesses Too

If you use the Internet, then you should know something about clickjacking. Simply put, you should know that it makes your browser perform an action that you didn’t (intentionally) execute. That can cause various problems, such as posting information on your Facbeook page, buying items on Amazon, or stealing your private information.

So, you know that there are some risks. If you’re smart, then you try to avoid suspicious videos and links. You might even use a widget or app that helps you detect potentially clickjacked sites.

But you’re just one person. Most of the time, you can protect yourself, but you know that things slip through every now and then. Chances are that you don’t even know when it happens. You just go about your day without knowing anything about it at all.

It’s a different story, though, when you are a business. Businesses have to worry about hundreds or thousands of employees clicking objects on the Internet. That means they are at a higher risk of contamination. It’s no wonder that so many businesses focus on security strategies that involve keeping a close eye on every employee.

You have to worry about things like identity theft. Businesses, however, have to worry about viruses stealing information from their clients. A business’s network often contains the credit card information and addresses of thousands of clients, not to mention the information that they use to confirm your identity when customers contact them.

This is a big concern for businesses, and that probably includes your employer. If your work doesn’t let you browse the Internet freely, there’s probably a good reason for that.

 

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