Educate your users - Don’t let them be tricked into downloading malware
Everyone should follow this advice:
- Be very cautious when opening an attachment or clicking a link in an email, instant message, or post on social networks (like Facebook)—even if you know the sender. If you are suspicious, call to ask the sender if they sent it. If not, delete it.
- The attack can look like it is from an official sources like banks, UPS, FedEx, USPS, eFax, etc. This has been the most common attack method to date.
- If an e-mail gets blocked and quarantined by your spam filter...