Click the image below
to download and print these examples.
Beware of an email that appears to come from your employer's personnel department or payroll service. in some cases, the email instructs you to update the bank account where your paycheck is direct deposited. Entering your account information gives fraudsters access to it.
Or in the example below, the email instructs you to click and download a document from the "payroll company." Doing so will install malware on the computer.
You can spot clues that this is a phishing email by grabbing the slider bar below and dragging it from left to right.
Source: IBM Security
One last thing...
Security options we would like to see in upcoming smartphones.
In the upcoming edition of Aware Force:
5 ways to keep critical information safe from hackers
Cyber Cartoon: © xkcd
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June 2019 a • Edition #71
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