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Your Guide to the Latest Email Fraud and Identity Deception Trends

The State of Security

There’s a high chance that you or someone you know has been impacted by email fraud or identity theft. At the very least, you’ve likely received a variety of spam emails and text messages asking to provide a payment or confirm your identity.

The good news is that cybersecurity protection is constantly evolving and improving, with cybersecurity education programs preparing skilled professionals to enter the front lines against cybercrime. The less-than-good news: as cybersecurity protection evolves, so do the attack methods used to steal your personal information. Companies and organizations are often doing their best to protect customers and employees, but the threat is very real.

In fact, two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies “remain vulnerable to getting impersonated in phishing scams targeting their customers, partners, inventors, and the general public.”


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