Overseas scammers are copying online real estate listings onto other sites and pretending to own the property in order to steal deposit fees and other money from prospective renters.
Details about the latest phishing scams, how to spot them and reviews of leading anti-phishing products
Phishing scams cost consumers and businesses billions of dollars every year. Here, you will find practical advice about how to protect your computers and employees from phishing scams and reviews of leading anti-phishing products.
Have you ever felt uncomfortable with a question that you have been asked by a co-worker? Have you ever noticed that someone was walking around your desk looking at what you had? If so, they may have identified you as a possible victim of Social Engineering…
Phishing scams are becoming increasingly sophisticated and it can be difficult to tell a legitimate email from a phishing email. This article explains how phishing works and how you can easily raise your employees (and your own) awareness in order to avoid be burned.
Have you ever heard of the old toner or ink scam where somebody sends you a cartridge for your printer, then tries to bill you some overpriced amout even though never ordered it? This scam has been around for many years.
Wouldn’t you be suspicious if someone offered you more money than the actual sale price of an item, then expected you to wire transfer them back the difference? People fall for this trick all the time, and most of the money is never recovered.
On the road without a laptop? Should you use that public system in a library, airport or coffee shop? When it comes to computer security, free access can cost you big time.
Social engineering is the act of manipulation people into doing what you want in order to gain access to information or resources. This article will explain what you can do to protect your business against a social engineering attack.