With the current state of the world and many employees working from home, we are seeing a large increase in phishing attempts on users. With email security always at the top of our priorities, we have been providing information to our clients on best practices and how to avoid falling victim to these bad actors.
Below you'll find an email template you can use to send to your employees as an example and best practices of remaining secure. If you'd like more information from our team or you're interested in learning how we can reinforce the cybersecurity at your business, reach out to us on our live chat below.
3 Indicators of a Phishing Scam
- Check the verbiage in the email. If it doesn't look right, investigate further. Example of this may be typos or incomplete sentences.
- Always be cautious of emails that ask you to click on a link and/or sign in with your credentials, especially if it is from somebody or a company that you do not know. Ask a supervisor if you are unsure about the email.
- Always verify the email address that an email is coming from, regardless of what the name may display.