Social engineering attacks are a type of cyber attack that relies on human interaction to trick victims into giving up their personal information or clicking on malicious links. These attacks are becoming increasingly common, and they can be very effective.
If you receive an email or message from someone you don't know, be suspicious. Don't click on any links in the email or message, and don't open any attachments.
If someone calls you and asks for your personal information, hang up. If someone asks for your personal information on a website, make sure the website is secure.
Software updates often include security patches that can help protect you from malware and other threats.
An antivirus program can help protect your computer from malware that may be downloaded from malicious links.
If you're not sure if a link is legitimate, don't click on it. Instead, hover your mouse over the link to see the full URL. If the URL looks suspicious, don't click on it.