Hackers are using current events, like COVID-19, to exploit human emotions in an effort to steal personal information and data from end-users.

You may have already come across an email that claims to be an alert from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which has identified new cases of the coronavirus “in your city”. Unfortunately, it's a hoax - the link in the email takes you to a login page that looks legit, but is actually a way for the hackers to log your credentials & use them to their advantage. 

Will you be able to easily recognize when a phishing email like this hits your inbox?

Our Safe Computing Best Practices for End-Users eBook is written in plain English, helping end-users, like you, to understand your potential risks, and includes practical tips you can apply right away to protect yourself and your organization from harm.