Phishing Cybercriminals Are Getting Smarter—and Using Proper English
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Phishing Cybercriminals Are Getting Smarter—and Using Proper English


The conventional wisdom of watching out for emails with poor spelling and grammar has become outdated.

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The most popular means of spreading malware is emailing corrupted documents—most commonly from Microsoft Word—and baiting people to click on them.

Sensitive information should be transported in other channels. Internal communication should move to more modern tools than email, like for instance Slack.

But most of all, be aware, even on mails from colleagues that have suspicious document attachments. And plan for a breach.

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