The threat of the Novel Coronairus has recently been a top concern worldwide. With many conspiracy theories, disinformation or just general curiosity many citizens are looking for more information on the outbreak from a trusted source.
Cybercriminals are aware in the interest in these subjects and are crafting malicious emails designed to infect your computer or steal information.
This means trying to get information on a virus could lead to a virus on your computer. In this recent scam people are impersonating the World Health Organization (WHO), a trusted name across the globe. Do not click links or download attachments to or about COVID-19.
This is the last in our Video Blog series on COVID-19 scams. If you need help with your business and or cybersecurity advice call us and we will be happy to help!
Along with that we have come out with several new guides to keep your team safe and productive. A flyer to distribute to your staff so they are in the know on potential scams and a best practices work from home IT checklist. Both available for free below. We hope you make good use of these resources and reach out if we can be of assistance!
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