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Phishing scams have become ubiquitous. Educate your users. They should be wary of emails that appear to come from a team member asking them to send money, or that appear to come from a vendor asking them to click and link and enter a password.

Here are some other phishing schemes that Microsoft saw proliferate last year and that we will probably see more of in 2020.

The quiet evolution of phishing – Microsoft Security

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