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Phishing scams

Phishing scams are one of the most common forms of security breaches for individuals as well as organizations because these scams rely on human error. A phishing scam is generally when a bad actor poses as someone trustworthy in an effort to get the victim to provide information or to click on a malicious link that will compromise security.

While many people are familiar with too-good-to-be-true email scams from Princes promising to pay a share of millions of dollars, phishing attacks have become sophisticated and stealthy. Use these tips to help avoid becoming a phishing scam victim.

  • Tips to avoid a phishing scam


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