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From Our Blog
Email is a common target for malicious hackers. Two of the more common techniques they use to compromise email are business email compromise and malicious document attachments. Business Email Compromise The FBI describes Business Email Compromise, or BEC, as a financially-motivated and often sophisticated scam carried out by organized crime organizations. The technique involves impersonating […]
Jackie here. Have you been smished? You’ve heard of phishing, hacking, and spoofing, but we’re guessing that you may not have heard of smishing. This threat isn’t new, it has been used for several years now, but it is becoming more common. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself. What Is Smishing? Smishing […]
Jackie here. PINs and passwords both secure your accounts, but that doesn’t mean they are interchangeable. Let’s examine the similarities and differences between these two components of account security. What Is a PIN? A PIN, short for personal identification number, is a series of numbers used to verify identity. PINs are strictly numerical, and don’t […]