2020 might very well be called the year of Zoom. Video conferencing is the new way to communicate. Unfortunately, it’s also the new way hackers are targeting organizations.
With so many businesses still having employees work from home , bad actors continue to scam people by spoofing popular video conferencing software, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Video-conference themed phishing attacks have all sorts of delivery methods. Perhaps you receive a phony welcome email that asks you to set up a new account. Or, maybe you receive an email suggesting you need to reschedule a missed meeting. At worst, you may receive a fake notice that your account has been suspended and you cannot join a meeting without first clicking the link in the email.
Whatever strategy the bad guys use, stay safe from video-conference themed scams by following these tips from Knowbe4:
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