Think your clients are too smart to be scammed?

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on Aug 29, 2019 1:06:04 PM

It's an important question, considering it's highly likely that your clients will get hit by a scam at some point or another. 

From malicious invoice emails, to phishing links, to CEO fraud, scams can take on multiple forms and target every employee in your business - regardless of seniority.    

Are your clients prepared to deal with the widespread threat of scams?

It's key to be prepared, because the threat is only getting bigger. According to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC), Australians are set to lose a record amount to scams in 2019.

In addition, projections from losses reported to Scamwatch and other government agencies expect to exceed $532 million by the end of the year, surpassing half a billion dollars for the first time.

To help you kickstart the conversation about email security with your clients and leads, we've created two different resources that you can share. We hope these prove useful in educating them about how email scams work and how to identify a fake email from a real one.

Infographic: 6 Ways To Spot An Email Scam

With cybercriminals coming up with new, innovative ways every day to deceive you, we’ve created a special infographic. This summarises 6 different red-flags that your clients can look out for next time a suspicious email lands in their inbox. 

Download the infographic today and share with your clients. You might just save them from falling victim to an email scam!



Guide: 4 Mind Games Cybercriminals Play In Email Scams

Solely relying on hacking techniques to launch cyber-attacks was a thing of the past. It's common now for cybercriminals to use clever mind games to trick people. Even cyber-savvy employees can sometimes fall for fake emails, revealing sensitive information or transferring huge amounts of cash.

By learning the tricks that cybercriminals use, employees can reduce the risk of cybersecurity disasters. To aid our partners in educating their clients about how these mind games work, we've introduced a new guide that highlights the 4 most popular ways cybercriminals attempt to deceive users.

Download this guide today and share it with your clients. 

Download Guide: 4 Mind Games Cybercriminals Play In Email Scams


If you’d like to chat more about choosing the right email security solution for your clients, then don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our partner program offers a range of benefits that can help both with your business as well as your clients’. 


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