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Recognize and Avoid Phishing Emails

GSA vendors may be the targets of fraudulent phishing emails. Phishing is a scheme that lures victims into providing personal or financial information. Do not open unsolicited emails or suspicious attachments/links. These emails may contain harmful viruses and malware, and may result in identity theft.

To protect yourself against these types of scams and malware campaigns follow these precautionary measures:

  • Do not follow links in unsolicited email messages
  • Do not open or download attachments in unsolicited email messages
  • Do not send any form of payment to unknown individuals
  • Keep antivirus software up-to-date
  • Refer to Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Security Tips on Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks for additional techniques and recommendations


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