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In the wake of recent ransomware outbreaks, here is a quick idea on how to minimize the phishing risk in your dealership. Distribute the following to all employees who have company email addresses.
HOW CAN I TELL I AM BEING PHISHED?
 1)  See a Link? STOP AND THINK!
When in doubt, don't click. Attackers disguise harmful links within e-mails to prompt you to visit websites that can instantly infect your system or mobile device.
 2)  Suspicious Domains
Examine who sent the message and where it was sent from to help you detect phishing attempts.
 3)  Suspicious Themes
Attackers craft e-mail communication messages that blend in with regular e-mail communication and may appear normal or trustworthy on the surface. Special offers, gift cards, payment requests, and other themes are used to get you to take action.
Phishing attacks rely on you to take actions such as clicking, responding, or downloading an attachment.
Detect, Avoid, and Report Phishing Scams
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