Sometimes we receive email that we think is from a familiar/safe sender – or is it?
It's easy to determine the legitimacy of senders/email by asking yourself a few questions. Below is an example of an email message that spoofed Lara GB's identity in order to lure you to take action (reply, click on a link, etc). This kind of email can expose you and your contacts to any number of malware attacks.
This can happen with any device: desktop, laptop, Chromebook, phone, etc.
Steps you can take in practicing safe email use:
Replying or otherwise engaging an illegitimate can have devastating consequences that include:
*Your Tech Contacts:
4949 – Helpdesk automatic emergency ticket (leave detailed message)
4998 – Susie
4978 – Dennis (6:30-3:00)
4932 – Stefan (6:30-10:30)