While the world has been focused on battling the various threats posed by coronavirus, cyber criminals have been exploiting the crisis for their own gains.
Over the past couple of months, we have seen a sharp increase in online scams and phishing attacks related to COVID-19, as hackers seek to play on the current uncertain climate.
To ensure you don’t fall victim, we urge you to follow our advice and be vigilant during these challenging times.
BE AWARE of these current coronavirus scams
LOOK OUT for these tell-tale signs
Dos and Don’ts
DON’T be too trusting.
- DON’T let someone you don’t know take control of your computer.
- DON’T automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.
- DON’T be complacent and think it won’t happen to you!