Anti-Phishing Tip #2
If you didn't expect it, reject it!
Don't click unexpected links
THE TRAP: You receive an unexpected email that claims to be from a client or someone you know. It says it's urgent. You must click a link, log in, or open a file.
YOUR DEFENSE: Be skeptical of any email that you aren't expecting. Password thieves may insist that immediate action is necessary and may pretend to be a client, friend, or some other trusted entity. Don't let these tactics trick you into letting down your guard. It is very likely a scam.
Remember: Only You can Protect Your Password!
Not sure if it's a phish? Drop us a line. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.