Business Email Protection: Verify Sender Over Another Medium

This Cybersecurity Monday tip could potentially save you a lot of money.

Always get additional confirmation when you make a large bank transfer, especially when the transfer is international. Even if an email confirmation arrives from a legitimate sender, their account could have been hacked.

Another important red flag is if the email has a sense of urgency. Hackers are notorious for making their emails sound pressing to stop people from double checking.

We value our customers and want to remind them to always take a moment to confirm any major transactions.

To find our more about how CCP can help you protect your information, get in touch today.

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