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Cyber Security


Business email scams are on the rise! Fraudsters will utilize public information such as a company web page, press releases, social media, and out of office replies with travel schedules learn key details about a company and names and titles of company employees to determine who to impersonate and who to target. Be vigilant in reviewing emails and questioning suspicious requests. A common scan is a fraudster sending an email that appears to be legitimate requesting a wire transfer, or another form of funds movement. If the request seems unusual question it by contacting the requester via phone or in person. Using a known number if possible is best.

If you have received any fictitious or scam emails, file a complaint with Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) www.IC3.gov.

Find more ways to protect your privacy and finances below.

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