Phishing is a criminal social engineering technique that attempts to convince a user to provide sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, and credit card information. Phishing can occur via email, instant messaging, social media, voice calls, and other activities. Phishers often direct users to click a link in an e.g. email and enter sensitive information, or to open an attachment with the purpose of installing malware onto the target’s device.
Malware is any software intentionally designed to infiltrate or cause damage to a computer system or device without the owner’s knowledge and consent. Malware includes a wide variety of hostile or intrusive software including computer viruses, ransomware and spyware.
Nomentia will never contact you asking to reveal your login credentials including usernames and passwords.
Phishing and harmful content in emails can usually be discovered by evaluating the purpose and the content of the email including:
Nomentia is committed to providing secure solutions for its customers. Nomentia has measures in place including automatic updates, continual awareness training of Phishing and Malware, recommendations for using two-factor authentication, and security solutions from leading vendors for spam filtering and malware protection.
In addition to Nomentia internal measures, it is recommended for customers to implement their internal measures to enhance security including:
Nomentia customer service can be contacted in security-related issues.