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Employee Training: Out of the Box
- Remember: stranger danger! Don't know who sent it? Don't open it.
- Be wary of attachments.
- Ignore commands and requests for action—no matter how urgent they may seem.
- Use the phone. Try contacting the sender by telephone. If the email is from your “bank,” then you should be able to get the truth pretty quickly. And if you cannot get in touch with the sender, then delete the email and forget about it.