Spam and Scams

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We are always battling with spammers and scammers. Recently we have seen a rise in people joining in various ways. I have noticed along with that there is also an increase in spam emails and the like.

Please let us know if you are seeing any of these type of meesages coming in, especially to your email accounts.

We just want to make sure we have appropiate security measure in place.

 

Thank You, ADMIN

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One Reply to “Spam and Scams”

  1. With the increased number of people working from home, our IT/Security Team MUST maintain a high level of infoSEC, and this REQUIRES all members to do the same.

    Remember, if any of your personal information is breached, this could potentially affect the people/companies/groups in your iOS/OS contact lists.

    IOW, a breach of your infoSEC could open doors to allow malware/trojans/RATS through backdoor open ports on the iOS/OS devices of MANY other people.

    COVID-19 is not the only ‘infection’ running amok. Infectious malware is too.
    #StayHome #StaySafe #HealthyPPL #SecureDATA #InfoSEC

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