As the use of technology expands and more individuals utilize social media platforms and emails, phishing has become more complicated and harder to detect. Phishing is a way for scammers to trick victims into clicking on fake URL’s and links or posing as other people for the purpose of stealing the victim’s personal information.
Something’s Phishy: How to Protect Your Small Business From Phishing
According to a 2019 report by The Radicati Group, there are more than 3.9 billion email users worldwide. With this number only expected to grow, it is no surprise that scammers rely heavily on email to virtually attack businesses. One of the most common types of email-based attacks is phishing.