How to Recognize and Deal with Phishing Scams
For several decades, email has been the primary form of professional and casual communication on the internet. In April 2019, it was estimated that 293.6 billion emails are sent around the globe each day . Because it is such a widely used form of communication, there are those who seek to take advantage of its scope and exploit it. Statista  reports that over 55% of emails sent are considered spam. Although spam inboxes assist in weeding these imposter messages out, there are still many that slip through filters and end up where trustworthy emails are sent. These emails, disguised as legitimate, are actually phishing scams that aim to attack users like you.
- HOW TO IDENTIFY PHISHING
- HOW TO AVOID FALLING PREY TO PHISHING
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