Phishing scams come in various forms, and if you fall for one you must immediately report it. The faster you act on a potential phishing scam, the more likely the intrusion can be stopped. Did you click on a link or a PDF attachment only to discover that it wasn’t what you expected? Tell someone now!
The FTC has a short quiz you can take to test your knowledge about phishing scams. I strongly encourage you to take 5 minutes and see how you do – https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/small-businesses/cybersecurity/quiz/phishing. You may ask your staff to do the same. If you get anything less than 100%, it is time for IT training. If you need help in this area, please feel free to contact me to discuss further options. A cyber attack can be very expensive; the best thing you can do the prevent an attack is proper training on best cyber practices.