A minion in accounting receives an email from the chief executive requesting transfer of funds to a company – and it needs to be done yesterday, or there will be dire consequences. The chief executive is uncontactable, and it seems legitimate – what does said minion do?
If ever you get a phone call saying “I am from the government, and I am here to help you” laugh politely and hang up. If ever you get an email from the Australian Tax Office, laugh even louder and delete it.
ACMA says tax-related phishing attacks ‘will ramp up around tax return time’ and warns us not to be caught out by today’s very sophisticated phishing scams.
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