IRS warns of “Tax Transcript” email scam; Dangers to business networks
The Internal Revenue Service and Security Summit partners today warned the public of a surge of fraudulent emails impersonating the IRS and using tax transcripts as bait to entice users to open documents containing malware.
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Our business customers are increasingly becoming targets of various types of fraud including embezzlement by trusted employees. As their financial institution, we feel a responsibility to our customers in providing helpful information to better protect their company’s assets.
A new strain of payroll phishes that have surfaced over the past few months involves phishing emails requesting copies of pay stubs and wage statements.
How to avoid card skimmers at the pump
Previous stories here on the proliferation of card-skimming devices hidden inside fuel pumps have offered a multitude of security tips for readers looking to minimize their chances of becoming the next victim, such as favoring filling stations that use security cameras and tamper-evident tape on their pumps. But according to police in San Antonio, Texas, there are far more reliable ways to avoid getting skimmed at a fuel station.