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With tax season rapidly approaching, the opportunity for fraud and phishing attacks is ripe. Tax forms are now more easily accessible and sent through email and other systems, which gives criminals an opportunity to more readily access your personal information.
Phishing campaigns and spam are the most popular way for criminals to gain access. “We continue to see these aggressive tax scams across the country,” said John Koskinen, IRS Commissioner. “Scam artists specialize in being deceptive and fooling people. The IRS urges taxpayers to be extra cautious and think twice before answering suspicious phone calls, emails or letters.”
Use these tips to avoid being a victim to a hack this tax season:
Unfortunately, these attacks are not going away. They are only getting increasingly more numerous and deceptive in scope. Vigilance and following these tips will help protect your information.
Tim has worked in the technology sector for more than 18 years spending the last 5 years focusing on information security. He manages and maintains processes, policies and technology that ensure our corporate and customer data remain safe while guaranteeing that Autotask keeps up with the constantly growing security demands.
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