With so much of your time being spent in your inbox, it’s not surprising that this is where cybercriminals are increasingly targeting their victims. Your email is “The Number One Threat Vector” and Phishing emails are proving highly successful for cyber-criminals. The content for this post is courtesy of our partners at VadeSecure. Here you will learn how to detect a phishing email after which you should take the test to see if you can detect a phishing email. To find out how you can protect your inbox, please visit our Managed Email Security page by clicking on the button below.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Sextortion Email Scam Sextortion email scams have been doing the rounds for a couple of years now. Lately however, we’ve noticed an increase in the frequency of the attacks here in Ireland and several of our clients have contacted us seeking advise on how to deal
IT.ie would like to advise our clients to be on the lookout for a new email scam that's doing the rounds at the moment. If you receive an email from DNS Ireland, you should simply ignore or right click and block the sender. This is an example of the email that is typically received. We
Over the last few weeks we have seen a significant increase in reports of companies being targeted by a particular type of email scam that has been doing the rounds for a couple of years now.CEO Fraud is a scam in which cybercriminals spoof company email accounts and impersonate executives to try and fool an employee