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Latest COVID-19 email scams target remote workers by citing economic stimulus checks, out-of-office bosses, and health insurance, experts warn

Business Insider Wednesday, 25 March 2020
Latest COVID-19 email scams target remote workers by citing economic stimulus checks, out-of-office bosses, and health insurance, experts warn· Work-related "phishing" is the biggest cybercrime in the world, the FBI warns, and it is increasingly aimed at remote workers.
· A new wave of emails seek personal information in the guise of providing an economic stimulus check from the government.
· Remote workers are particularly vulnerable because they are often...
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