CORPORATE COUNSEL - Ronald Sarian, eHarmony's vice president and general counsel, emphasized that keeping up with the latest in cybersecurity can make all the difference in stopping the next attack. Know about what types of attacks other companies are experiencing. About two years ago, scammers went after Snapchat by impersonating the company's CEO and asking those in the payroll department for personal employee information. Sarian read about the attack and advised eHarmony colleagues to watch out for a similar incident. The next day, eHarmony's accounting department was targeted by an identical phishing attack in which scammers pretending to be eHarmony CEO requested W-2s for salary review. But because of Sarian's warning, the accounting employees knew not to respond, he said. Even more important, he added, is really knowing those in a company's IT department. New employees should know about what to look for, what to open and what not to open. And when someone is leaving the company, he noted, it's important to have a system in place that immediately shuts off access to company systems and devices.