Archive for January, 2021

Scam of the Week: Romantic Investment Scams

Let’s be honest, the age of social distancing can leave us feeling lonely. To make matters worse, bad guys are leveraging our loneliness for their scams. Romance-related scams are growing more popular and more complex. In the latest romance-related scam, ...

Vulnerability Assessments: What They Are and How They Work to Protect Business Data

If you have read any of ORAM Corporate Advisors’ previous blogs, you know the heavy emphasis our IT and cybersecurity professionals place on data security. Your business data is your most valuable asset. One of the most crucial first steps ...

What to Know About Written Information Security Plans (WISP)

By now, you probably have come to realize that your business data is your most precious commodity. Protecting it should be viewed as an essential step in keeping your company protected. That means having all of the proper policies, procedures, ...

Scam of the Week: Exploiting the Coronavirus: Financial Assistance Scams

While the world continues to navigate life during a pandemic, countless families and individuals are struggling financially. In a truly malicious response to the situation, scammers are launching phishing attacks that claim to offer financial assistance to those in need. ...

Scam of the Week: Watch Out for US Capitol and Parler Scams

Last week, a rally held in the United States Capitol escalated when protestors stormed the Capitol building. This event was later linked to posts on the social media platform Parler. The controversial events at the Capitol and related use of ...

Scam of the Week: Man’s Best Friend is a Scammer’s Best Bait

With stay-at-home orders in place across the globe, many people are buying new pets to help them feel more connected. Unfortunately, shoppers who are looking for a furry friend may be in for a big surprise. Cybercriminals are creating phony ...

Scam of the Week: “Is this a video of you?” Nope, That’s a Phish

It’s no secret that cybercriminals love social media. Bad guys use platforms like Facebook and Instagram to impersonate your real friends and followers. Using this disguise, the scammers try to trick you into sharing sensitive information. Here’s a common scam ...



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