Malicious content, email scams and phishing are not new, we have all received one. These emails are on the rise and what’s worse? They are getting much smarter. Gone are the days of emails scattered with spelling and format errors asking for credit card details. We are now facing phishing emails that look and feel perfectly legitimate.
An email may appear to be from a Microsoft account page asking for a password reset, but it’ll actually go to a fake location to collect the ID and password you type in. An email may appear to come from your MD, demanding urgent payment of a fake invoice, or it may give you a link to a fake company document that is actually a Ransomware deployment.