As millions of people roll up their sleeves and receive their COVID-19 vaccines, company executives or HR departments will need to issue to employees communications related to inoculations and the prospects of returning to a physical office environment.
This is opening up a new angle for phishing scammers, who are sending emails that appear to be company-issued information referencing vaccines and COVID-19 directives. Indeed, in a Monday blog post, researchers at INKY warned that in late winter, a “wide swath” of its business clients received phishing emails featuring COVID-related lures and content inspired by some of the pandemic’s latest developments.
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