Each week we receive dozens of phishing email attempts. This post, which we will update regularly, showcases some of the better and funnier ones that have been received.
It does highlight that what is taught within corporate security awareness training, is also relevant for personal circumstances.
Key things to look for include:
- Correct spelling
- The sender’s name matching the email address
- The urgency to act upon something
- Any links going to where they say – hover over and check where they are taking you!
- False claims and endorsements
You may think phishing emails are easy things to spot, you would be correct, but in the fast-paced world and people living on their phones, it is easy to miss such things.
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- Onsite training by a consultant
- Text attacks – Smshing
- Phone attacks – Vishing
All with fully rackable metrics and figures that will, hopefully, show and improvement in security awareness and aptitude.
To discuss your options and arrange demonstrations get in touch.
Links to the different phishing emails are below.
If you have any you wish to put forward feel free to send them in.