Learn to identify the scam of the false job
Posted by anpower on January 28th, 2020
13.7 million: this is the number of unemployed Brazilians in the first quarter of 2018 alone, according to data from the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (PNAD) ¹ released by IBGE. An increase of 11.2% when compared to the records of the last three months of 2017, with 12.3 million unemployed in the country.
The country's current economic situation, with high unemployment rates, is a favorable scenario for cybercriminals to use the scam of false jobs to steal data and make money. Thinking about it, Emilio Simoni, Director of dfndr lab , listed some tips for you not to fall into the trap of the fake job vacancy.
1. Vacancies posted on WhatsApp: stay smart!
A more effective way to know if the message is true is to keep an antivirus installed on your phone. The security dfndr , for example, is the only security app for the Android system that provides real - time protection against attacks within the WhatsApp, SMS and Messenger. It detects and warns you if a link is dangerous as soon as you receive a fake job vacancy - Npower.
2. Stay tuned to the disclosure page
3. Think twice before entering any data - Npower News
4. Be wary of the remunerations offered
5. Did you ask to share? It's a trap!
Just share security! Was it in doubt if a job vacancy is false? Check out the tips from the Director of the dfndr lab and let your family and friends know to be smart too!
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