There is plenty of coverage at the moment about cyber attacks and the need to be more vigilant when looking at the emails you receive.
Thankfully because of this I didn’t open an email that managed to slip through our spam filters this morning.
This email from “Melonie Lacrosse” with an email address of firstname.lastname@example.org has been reported as a Phishing email and rightly thrown in the Spam bin!
A friendly reminder to read and double-check emails like these before clicking on any links. If in doubt get a second opinion and DON’T follow any links or divulge any personal details.
If you are a Gmail user, it is a simple process to report the email as a suspected phishing email. Google’s instructions can be found here: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/8253?hl=en
Glenn is a Partner and Senior Consultant who has had a very successful career building growth companies in the private equity arena. He has a wealth of experience in both the digital space and strategy development. Prior to becoming a partner in SureFire Glenn built one of the largest digital teams in New Zealand for a NASDAQ listed global online marketing company & Google's largest premium partner.
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