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Basic Email Security
 

This is the Security Tip: Basic Email Security email that is used within the PhishingBox security awareness training. These security tips can be used to provide ongoing security reminders to employees.

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What You'll Learn Today: Basic Email Security

Email security should be a top priority for all companies. From schools to startups, email is the backbone of many organizations. It's also one of the most common methods for attackers to break into a network.

Simple ways to stay safe
Go Direct

Don't click, go direct

If you get an email that you are not expecting that contains a link, do not click on the link. Instead, go direct to the website from a URL that you know is legitimate. Do not trust anything that is supplied in the email itself.

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Don't reply to a suspicious email

If you question the validity of an email or other electronic communication, do not respond to the communication. If you reply, you are providing information to the potential attacker, including that there is a real person at that email.

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Go Direct

Don't click, go direct

If you get an email that you are not expecting that contains a link, do not click on the link. Instead, go direct to the website from a URL that you know is legitimate. Do not trust anything that is supplied in the email itself.

Don't reply to a suspicious email

If you question the validity of an email or other electronic communication, do not respond to the communication. If you reply, you are providing information to the potential attacker, including that there is a real person at that email.

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Danger Email

Only forward legitimate email messages

Do not forward an unverified message. If you forward a questionable message, you lend credibility to the message to your recipients.

Only forward legitimate email messages

Do not forward an unverified message. If you forward a questionable message, you lend credibility to the message to your recipients.

If you believe that you have received a suspicious email, notify your security personnel and initiate incident reporting procedures as appropriate.

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