The holidays are notoriously busy - inboxes fill with can't-be-beat-sales and temptations galore. But there's likely another type of email that may be flooding your inbox. This year, don't be scammed by what's known as a phishing email. Cyber criminals send these emails in an attempt to infect computers with Malware allowing them to gain
GUEST POST BY COMPASS IT COMPLIANCE'S GEOFF YEAGLEY With the holiday season rapidly approaching, the expectation is that the number of phishing emails will continue to rise. Phishing remains the number one method that cybercriminals use to distribute Malware, gain access to sensitive information, and steal information that they can then sell to make money.