- Small businesses may not think they are on the radar of cybercriminals, but they’re prime targets.
- Hackers are employing phishing and business email compromise scams to steal credentials and money during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- To reduce your chances of being scammed, check email sources, secure your computers and devices, and train your staff.
- This article is for small business owners who are worried about scams and want to remain safe amid the pandemic and beyond.
The COVID-19 pandemic has become a haven for fraudsters aiming to scam people out of their money. Small business owners may not think they’ll be the next victims, but they’ve become prime targets. Read on to learn about the COVID-19 scams aimed at small businesses.
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