Hackers use one tool more than anything else – and it usually works. The general term is Social Engineering – the form it often takes is called Phishing. Why does it work? Because we all have jobs to do and our day is busy trying to get the job done. None of us have time to stop and question every website we visit or every email we read. Phishing scams involved fake emails, phone calls, and website…how do you tell what’s real and what’s a scam…this article provides some tips. In most cases, avoiding these scams takes more time…knowing this, it’s a good idea to combine some training and user awareness with technologies designed to pick up malicious activities on your network. Both are needed to keep your data safe.
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