Unboxing an Artificial Amazonian phishing message. Plus, an interview with Adam Crate of Grade A (MSP in Ottawa).
Part 1: Unboxing
Scott reviews the steps in the Can I Be Phished? phishing checklist, including: 1) Gut feel garbage check; 2) Sender sanity 3) Link elusiveness and 4) Body believability.
A simple phishing message that impersonates an Amazon customer service email is analyzed using the checklist. (Video version is available on Youtube in the Click Armor channel.)
Part 2: Interview with Adam Crate, VP Business Services at Grade A, an Ottawa-based Managed Service Provider (Starts at 12:33 mark)
Adam provides some enlightening details of the impacts of COVID-19 on MSPs and on their small business clients. He also provides some tips for general security, as well as security awareness.
Grade A: http://www.gradea.ca
Visit http://clickarmor.ca/canibephished to try our 3-minute gamified phishing self assessment, and learn more about how Click Armor's gamified learning platform for cybersecurity awareness can revitalize your security awareness training program.