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Don’t get tricked by a phishing scam

Learn how to navigate away from an attack

Cyber criminals go phishing every day, preying on businesses of all sizes and in all industries. Their schemes lure victims into divulging information, downloading malware to be used for financial fraud or as a way to infect or gain access to systems.


* “Cybersecurity Mistakes All Small Business Employees Make, From Entry Level to the C-Suite ,” Switchfast, 2018.
† “Why Small to Medium Businesses Should Rethink Cybersecurity in the Post-Covid-19 World ,” Forbes, March 22, 2021.
‡ “2020 Internet Crime Report ,” Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, March 17, 2021.

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