Stay Informed: Daniel Tobok Shares Tips on Identifying Cyber Threats During the Holiday Season

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Insights from Daniel Tobok, CEO of CYPFER, on the surge in scams during the holiday season and practical tips for safeguarding against cyber threats.

Highlights:

  1. Rising Fraud: A recent survey indicates a surge in fraud, with almost half of respondents encountering various scams, including impersonation, phishing, and fake bank accounts.
  2. Sophisticated Techniques: Fraudsters leverage advanced technologies, such as voice manipulation, enhancing the credibility of scams. They often exploit events like holidays or tax return seasons.
  3. Pressure Tactics: Scammers resort to pressure tactics, issuing threats of jail or promising gifts to elicit immediate responses. Recognizing these tactics is vital for protection.
  4. Fake Banking and Online Accounts: Mobile devices are frequent targets. Exercise caution regarding misspellings and verify the legitimacy of requests. Legitimate institutions won’t solicit sensitive information via email or SMS.

Protection Tips:

  1. Diligence is Key: Pause and scrutinize the legitimacy of messages. Ask, “Is this real?”
  2. Check for Misspellings: Scam messages commonly exhibit errors.
  3. Avoid Clicking on Suspicious Links: Legitimate entities won’t request personal details via email. Refrain from clicking links; instead, verify through official channels.
  4. Common Sense Prevails: While no automated scanner exists, employing common sense and verifying information can prevent falling victim to scams.

Daniel Tobok’s Advice: Practice diligence, apply common sense, and if uncertain, contact the official entity using their published contact information. Steer clear of links provided in suspicious messages.