Joe Klemencic

Read your email carefully to avoid falling prey to phishing attempts, especially during the tax season. Every day, your email inbox is bombarded with spam, which most people properly ignore. Laboratory users are well aware that this spam is designed to extract personal information, such as passwords and financial account numbers. With this information, Fermilab personnel know to safeguard this information carefully. However, when attackers tailor spam to coincide with events in your life, you can let your guard down….