‘Smishing’ attacks are getting pretty convincing - here's what IT professionals need to know about the attacks and how to safeguard against them.
Wireless providers, security experts, and regulators ranging from the Federal Trade Commission to various state agencies have been warning anyone who will listen that spam is out of control—not that it should come as much of a surprise to anyone with a cell phone. Alongside the rise in regular phishing attempts via phone and email, the coronavirus pandemic and its attendant mass switch to remote work have resulted in an explosion of SMS-based scams known by the irritating moniker “smishing.”
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