Empowering Systems Blog
February 15, 2019 – Stop phishing emails in their tracks.
2. Do your own typing. If a company or organization you know sends you a link or phone number, don’t click. Use your favorite search engine to look up the website or phone number yourself. Even though a link or phone number in an email may look like the real deal, scammers can hide the true destination.
3. Turn on two-factor authentication. For accounts that support it, two-factor authentication requires both your password and an additional piece of information to log in to your account. The second piece could be a code sent to your phone, or a random number generated by an app or a token. This protects your account even if your password is compromised.
See this great blog post, it’s older but is more relevant than ever: “10 Tips on How to Identify a Phishing or Spoofing Email” by Lauren Harris from Return Path to learn more.
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Empowering Systems Inc., headquartered in Southborough, Massachusetts, empowers manufacturers and representatives with customer relationship management solutions.
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