If you are reading this, it means you clicked on a link within what we call a “phishing email”.
Don’t feel bad, as we all fall for these kinds of attacks every day, and one of the ways to fight phishing is with security training. You did the right thing by signing up for the SPARC training this coming Saturday. Kudos to you!
My name is Sahar, and I will be your instructor for most of the day this coming Saturday April 1st. During our afternoon session, we will cover what phishing means, the damage it can cause, and how to spot it.
Please go back and look at the email and try to find out what you should have spotted in it, that would have prevented you from clicking the link(s) next time you receive a phishing email.
I remember growing up as a child being very close to my grandmother. We used to visit her in old Jerusalem every summer and I would look forward to hearing her stories of bravery about our grandfather during world war I. I was particularly fond of hearing about their love story and how they enjoyed riding their horses every afternoon until sunset, stories of endurance and stories of survival throughout the conflicts in that part of the world.
In the first two parts of this three-part series, we discussed what Digital Assets were, determined that they have value, and discussed what that value was and why we would care. We’ll wrap up this series by discussing what you can do to keep your assets safe and ensure that they are transferred to others if something happens to you.
Most people are familiar with their physical net worth. It is how much something physical (a house, car, savings account, etc.) is worth minus how much one may owe on it. But what about digital assets?