Let's walkthrough a very typical Office 365 phishing campaign and then review the ramifications.You receive an email like the above, notice the misspelled email address in the FROM: field. Also, see the inconsistencies in the capitalization.IF you click the link you end up at similar looking but "hacked" SharePoint page with another weird link.
MORE than ONE in every FOUR users is susceptible to clicking on a phishing email potentially creating any of the below scenarios (once they are properly educated – this number falls to below 3%).
These scenarios are ACTUALLY happening - we are unfortunately seeing them unfold EVERY WEEK.
These "bad guys" are really smart criminals trying to coerce your team members in to giving up credentials, access, data, or worse - company funds.
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