Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the heightened anxiety and fear most of us are dealing with right now due to the Coronavirus. It’s easy to get distracted from staying vigilant about your tech security when you’re worried about your workplace and family.
A few email scams that are currently circulating include fake invoices for purchases of sanitizing equipment and masks; fake emails about moving employees to working remotely; and solicitations for charitable donations to organizations that claim to be fighting the coronavirus.
It’s possible to fall victim to these scams when you’re focused on more pressing priorities. Read more about the scams and how to protect yourself at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s website.