We've all had our run-ins with fraudulent spam emails. They're one aspect existing in our increasingly connected world that is as ubiquitous as it is frustrating, and despite their oftentimes shoddy design and obvious tells-- they're still pretty effective at doing what they're meant to do. That is, they still manage to bait, trick, and deceive people who are simply too busy or distracted to catch some of their hallmarks into entering a password, making a purchase, or transferring funds into a malicious actor's account.
It's happened to the best of us, and no one can be on guard and ready 100% of the time. The best defense is educating employees, and making sure that checking for the most common tells becomes second nature and as easy as any other reflexive behavior.
Check out this article from Forbes HERE, and if you ever want to consult FrameWork for security training, give us a call!