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Employees Tricked By Coronavirus Cyber Attacks

Cyber criminals have stepped up hacking activity amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. With mounting family and health concerns, employees are less alert for hacking attempts.

“With the coronavirus, it’s a heightened risk because it’s a good vehicle for fraud and people are scared.”

Hackers are primarily using malicious Phishing emails to launch attacks. These emails are frequently sharing fake virus updates and work from home guidance.

The World Health Organization (WHO) published a warning about coronavirus email scams on its website and asked victims to report emails.

Organizations are finding that employees are overwhelmed by the speed of change and heightened risks. We are here to help!

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Original article here.
[https://www.wsj.com/articles/hackers-target-companies-with-fake-coronavirus-warnings-11583267812?mod=article_inline]

Joel Cahill

Cyber security enthusiast. Entrepreneur.