A phishing scam can come in various forms. Often it is where someone sends you a fake email pretending to be someone else in hopes that you will click a bad link or download a dangerous attachment. What's more, you'll probably get several phishing emails this week. Will you spot them?

90% of data breaches happen because of a phishing scam.

83% of organisations reported a phishing scam last year (2021).

1 in 99 emails are a phishing scam and a quarter of these reach your inbox.

As we mentioned, there are other forms of phishing attacks; calls, text messages even fake websites. The best defence is knowledge which we're giving you here for free. So educate yourself and your staff with our latest guide. We explain:

  • What phishing attacks look like
  • How to spot them
  • What can happen if you click the link or download the file

With this knowledge you'll have much better chance of avoiding attacks. Our guide tells you everything you need to know.

August 15, 2022 — Paul Stanyer