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Email Phishing – Don’t Get Hooked!

By Diane Amato

Published March 5, 2019 • 1 Min Read

The average user received 16 malicious emails per month last year.1 These emails are designed to try and trick you into opening attachments, clicking links or entering confidential data — such as your bank account number, password, username or other top-secret login details.

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Become more Cyber-aware! Check out these tips for spotting scams and keeping yourself safe.

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