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By: V_S | June 06, 2017

The best way to avoid falling for scams, phishing, fake websites, and getting infected with malware/virus is knowing how to spot fake email and avoid clicking on anything that is suspicious.


You are the last line of defense in keeping your devices, information, and identity safe!


Social Engineering Red Flags - PDF file provided by KnowBe4, a company dedicated to training corporate employees how to avoid being tricked by suspicious/fake email:

By: V_S | May 30, 2017

Think you got an email from a business you know? Scammers sometimes use emails that look legit to trick you into sending money to them.


The email might say it’s from a real estate professional you’re working with, telling you there’s a last-minute change and you should now wire your closing costs to a different account. Or it could seem to be an email – with an invoice – from your utility company, telling you to wire payment. Whatever the story, if you wire that money, it goes to the scammer – and you may never see your money again.


These scammers might get your information by hacking into a business. Once they know about you, they send an email that see...