Gone smishing: Scams move to the workplace
U.S. · BUSINESS · TECH
August 11, 20223 min read522 words
Published: August 11, 2022  |  3 min read522 words
August 11, 2022Become smarter in just 5 minutesGet the daily email that makes reading the news actually enjoyable. Stay informed and entertained, for free.Two days after Jack Appleby joined Morning Brew as a creator, he received the following text: “Hello Jack, I’m in a conferenc...
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Aug 23
The article starts as a cautionary tale about how Morning Brew's employees became targets of an SMS phishing scam. It then goes on to reveal the magnitude of the problem by bringing up data on the number of similar scams across the US, how much money they have lost, and how the scammers acquired access to the target's personal information.
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