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Impersonation is a popular tactic among cybercriminals today. By putting enough space between them and their victims, the internet makes it easy for scammers to pose as government agents, representatives of well-known organizations, and even loved ones via emails, direct messages, phone calls, etc. Once they have your trust, these fraudsters will try to coerce […]
Is there an upcoming concert or a sporting event that you’re trying to buy cheap tickets for? Be careful. Selling fake tickets online is one of the top scams on the internet today. Fraudsters will pose as legitimate companies and post attractive ticket prices to trick you into sending them your payment credentials.
By searching Google and scanning social media sites, cybercriminals can gather information about your partners and vendors, as well as human resources and financial departments. Employees should avoid oversharing on social media and should not conduct official business, exchange payment, or share personally identifiable information (PII) on social media platforms.
During the last days of election season, get-out-the-vote initiatives go into full swing. Most candidates now have multifaceted operations involving phone banking, targeted texting and email campaigns, which seek to engage likely supporters across multiple channels. Modern campaigning still involves significant expenditures on standbys like TV and radio advertising, but it has evolved dramatically in the […]
Understand as much as possible about how the auction works, what your obligations are as a buyer, and what the seller’s obligations are before you bid. Learn as much as possible about the seller, especially if the only information you have is an e-mail address. If it is a business, check the Better Business Bureau […]
Disasters such as Hurricanes and Floods prompt fraudsters to solicit contributions purportedly for a charitable organization or a good cause. Do not respond to unsolicited (spam) e-mails. Also, be skeptical of individuals representing themselves over e-mail as officials soliciting for donations. Do not click on links within an unsolicited e-mail. Be cautious of e-mails claiming […]
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