Take a moment to consider how to identify malicious spam-related attacks as the risk of receiving malware-laden emails increases
According to the latest ESET Threat report, email threats increased 37 percent in the first four months of the year compared to the last four months of 2021. It was also the biggest spike in this category since 2020. The peak came in March and was partly triggered by the resurgence of the Emotate botnet which created a lot of emails with malicious attachments.
With this high risk of receiving a malicious email in your inbox, it’s worth taking some time to consider how to avoid malicious spam in general. Do you know how to spot such emails? Watch the video to know what to look for and how to stay safe.