Our guide to recognising and avoiding phishing attacks
Phishing emails are designed to trick you into revealing sensitive information or installing malware (including ransomware) on your devices. They are carefully crafted to look genuine and appear, on the surface, to be from a legitimate source.
Don’t be fooled though, by clicking on a link or downloading an attachment you will be leaving your business exposed. Malware puts your systems, and all the sensitive data within them, at risk.
The first, and most important, step in protecting your business from phishing emails is educating your team – and this we can help with.
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