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Avoiding online threats that may stem from cleverly disguised phishing messages is possible through trained employees and AI tools.
Hey Erik! AI-Powered Phishing messages, cyberattacks and scams... WHY?? I get some people are convinced if they are sneaky enough they can trick us into clicking and hand over our information to them... I am so Happy to see that there are training services and platforms available to help us learn more about these phishing attacks!
Thanks for sharing,
Ugh, yes - we have to be aware of this and better prepared to deal with phishing. It's such a shame this even happens, but it's good to see people putting measures in place to help. Thanks for sharing this.
Hi Erik, glad to see they have A1 for helping with phising attacks. I could not believe how much time is spent on emails today still. That really amazed me. Thanks for sharing this one with us here. Have a nice day!
Spam is such a nuisance :-(
Some of it is SO obvious I wonder that anyone falls for it ... but I have noticed that of late some has been getting more subtle.
Good to think that there's training available to make people stop and think before clicking.
I have to confess, although I think I'm reasonably clued up on spam I have had occasions when I clicked without thinking.
AI is awesome. However, those automated messages can be the worst to handle. I am working on an AI-powered network these days, and it's such a shame to see how people get wrong information because of that.
It's always a better idea to train employees for a productive business.
Thanks for sharing this with us.
Phishing is still happening... and probably always will. It's great to see that there are companies such as Hoxhunt now emerging to help people be on the lookout for phishing scams. I'm sure it will benefit many businesses and their employees!
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