Business Email Protection: Look for Pixelated Images and Poor Grammar/Spelling

09/11/2020
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.

As phishing attempts get more convincing, it’s vital that our customers make sure that their information is safe with these simple steps.

Even though they’re improving, most phishing emails still have off-looking images and spelling mistakes. Keep an eye out for outdated or strange logos, and weird grammar errors. For example, if you get an email from “eBay” or “Facebook”, and the logo looks off, or if the sentences are weirdly phrased, chances are it is a phishing attempt.

Attackers are trying to make you panic, but with our Cybersecurity Monday tips you can rest easy, knowing that you’re equipped to handle potential threats.

If you would like to find out more about how CCP can help protect your data from phishing attempts, get in touch today.

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