Phishing Scams - Know How To Protect Yourself

Many times cyber thieves will browse through the email account to see if they can swipe personal information.

How do they do it?

By using official looking emails that will require an action from you. This varies from so called "account updates" to promotional mail from companies that you trust. They will use fake forms that look very similar to the real thing.

If you submit your information and act on the email, they will use your private information to steal contacts information or your money. In some instances these scammers will also sell your information to other hackers.

Below are a detailed Infographic that explain in detail.

Security Awareness: Phishing

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  2. It's good that someone is writing about it.


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