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Update on the Coronavirus and Online Scams

Coverage of the Coronavirus is everywhere. But not all alerts ring true. The Coronavirus has become a bonanza for online scammers trying to confuse users with phishing scams and destructive malware.

Writing for Government Tech News, Dan Lohrmann breaks down the issues and provide more insight on the Coronavirus and online deceptions and required actions for educating staff, family, and other online users. Read his full analysis here.

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