Tech Savy Scams
Hundreds of corporate and IT firms store their important large data in main servers and folders and ensure that these data are properly preserved round the clock. But the tech savvy scammers somehow hack the main servers and steal the data stored in the folders without their knowledge. They do not stop with stealing the data but go beyond that and try to steal the firm money from their bank account. So, it becomes imperative for the firms to protect their important data through sophisticated methods. Corporate firms should ensure that their data team has installed the latest Antivirus and malware devices inside the computers. If it is expired then the data team has to renew it immediately without delay since the hackers will play their negative role immediately after the expiry of antivirus software. Scams that are related to tech savvy on the prowl are becoming very popular.
In these types of scams the scammers will pose themselves as representatives or technological experts from the software companies or government supervised NSW and will shoot hundreds of emails to the target audience. Their email will read as 'We are government representatives and work in the department of NSW. We observe that your computer is not installed with latest antivirus software and we request you to click the link to download the advanced software that is developed by our government technical team. Once the download is finished you will receive a message from our department'. The phishing emails sent by these types of people will look in a professional and official way and it will be very difficult for the public to identify their credentials. When the commoners download these types of malicious software they will lose all the information that are stored in their computers since the scammers will take control of the computer systems from different continents.
Commoners without knowing that they are conned by the scammers wait for the confirmation mail from the authorities after downloading the malicious software. Government authorities like NSW has already warned the people about these types of tech savvy scams. But only few people are aware about these types of scams were others are not. If you fall victim to scams related to tech savvy on the prowl decide to escalate the matter immediately to the authorities concerned. Since this is a digital generation the firms can fall prey to these types of scams that are related to tech savvy. Commoners will also receive cold calls from the scammers during the day or night. Never part your financial information like credit card number, pin, passwords, SSN and bank account details to the third party since they will loot your money quickly.
Scammers may also send threatening mails to the people and request them to download the antivirus software. Never heed to these types of mails and delete it after reading. Firms those who use computers round the clock may also receive a pop-up message from the scammers which will read as 'Protect your computer by downloading this latest software developed by AT & T'. If the firms download it they will lose several important data stored in their computer immediately.