Cyber Attacks Are Spiking Because Of Coronavirus
We all know the drill about cyber attacks - don't open suspicious emails, don't click on unknown links, block suspicious phone numbers, etc. Since Coronavirus took a serious turn, we've resorted to more virtual communication, and cyber criminals are looking to steal your information.
I don't know about you, but I get frequent spam phone calls and suspicious messages. According to KFYR-TV, The North Dakota State Information Technology Department says that cyber attacks have increased by about one million over the course of a month. Of course, they're saying it's Coronavirus-related. What isn't related to Coronavirus these days? Get the full cyber crime store from KFYR-TV here.
It's been a difficult ride, and who knows when we'll get a break from the Cornavirus crisis? The last thing anyone needs is their personal information stolen. Remember to be overly cautious when it comes to protecting your livelihood.
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