Still sharing passwords? Yikes! Time to train your employees on security basics

by Microsoft Microsoft   |   January 16, 2019   |   Share this :  

The most dangerous scams are those that look genuine. Be wary of senders, even someone you know or a company you trust. Criminals create legit-looking pop-ups promoting software that claims to detect and disinfect malware from your laptop. Criminals use the latest tech to access your devices or something more insidious, like social engineering. Criminals run illicit websites to capture and sell identities and credit card info. LEARN about online fraud, the steps you can take to guard against it & what you can do WHEN you fall victim to it.  Download Online Security Kit.


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