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Now, I spend a lot of time talking about fun tech, the latest in VR headsets, next-generation gaming systems and the most powerful smartphones. But today, I’m going to show you something that will help you get the most out of that tech. So let’s talk cyber security.
No, I’m not going to be featuring the latest in anti-virus software or my recommendation for a password manager today. Instead, I’m talking about the hottest way to get cyber safe.
This disruptive innovation is going to change your life!
It’s called rakid.
Ruin a Cyber Criminal’s Day.
Here’s how it works.
Say you get a phishing message — and you definitely have if you use the internet.You can spot a phishing email, for example, by checking out the sender’s email address, looking for too-good-to-be-true offers, requests for personal information or suspicious attachments. Often there are spelling and grammar mistakes and a sense of urgency, such as asking you to quickly confirm your details. Now, cyber criminals are smart, so if you do see a phishing email, it’s important to follow this very specific method to get back at them:
This cutting-edge cyber security measure will leave cyber criminals sobbing, questioning their life decisions, and wondering why you aren’t responding to them. Most importantly, it’ll keep you cyber safe.
To learn more about how to Ruin a Cyber Criminal’s Day at visit Getcybersafe.ca/CyberMonth.
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