Business Email Protection: Don’t Click Links or Open Attachments

Lee Sanders

Lee Sanders

Founder of Computer Consultant Professionals and with over 20 years of industry experience, Lee specialises in tailored technology solutions that help businesses grow.

This is a reminder to everyone that phishing attempts can pretend to be your bank, the ATO, PayPal, or any other organization.

Phishers will often attempt to make things appear urgent to drive users to click a link or download an attachment. If an email prompts you to log in by clicking a link or downloading an attachment, do not click them.

If you aren’t sure if something is legitimate, go directly to the website to log in.

At CCP, we have a number of measures in place to ensure your business emails are protected. To find out how we can help you keep your data safe, contact us today.

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