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You get an email or text that seems to be from one of your company’s vendors. It asks you to click on a link to update your business account. Should you click? Probably not. This could be a phishing attempt.

To find out how much you know about phishing, choose the best response for each question or statement.

1. Which one of these statements is correct?

2. An email from your boss asks for the name, addresses, and credit card information of the company’s top clients. The email says it’s urgent and to please reply right away. You should reply right away. True or False?

3. You get a text message from a vendor who asks you to click on a link to renew your password so that you can log in to its website. You should:

4. Email authentication can help protect against phishing attacks. True or False?

5. If you fall for a phishing scam, what should you do to limit the damage?

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