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10 Most clicked phishing email subject lines

Phishing email messages, websites, and phone calls are designed to steal money. Cyber criminals can do this by installing malicious software on your computer or stealing personal information off of your computer.

Cyber criminals also use social engineering to convince you to install malicious software or hand over your personal information under false pretenses. They might email you, call you on the phone, or convince you to download something off of a website.

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How to use Microsoft Outlook to set up a business meeting on Skype!

Many people use Microsoft Outlook mainly for their emails and also to keep track of their calendar. Meetings can be set up on Outlook as well, and it is also possible to schedule a Skype meeting. Its the same as scheduling a normal meeting, but with a one or two extra clicks!

Follow the steps below to Schedule a Skype meeting using Outlook.

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Reliable Networks become Official Brentford Football Club Supplier!

Reliable Networks have been working with Brentford Football Club for nearly a decade, we have now agreed a new partnership with them!

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GDPR: Data Controller vs Data Processor

As part of our series of briefings on the General Data Protection Regulation, we set out an overview of the changes to the distinction in the roles of data controllers and data processors.

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How Does Email work?

Everyday around 269 billion emails are sent worldwide. The average office worker, sends and receives 120 of those emails, so its highly likely you have sent one before. Email was born in 1971 when a computer engineer used the ‘@’ symbol to designate which computer a message should go to. At its core, an email is a glorified text message which is sent to one user from another. Although things have moved in due to advancing technology, you can now include Images and other attachments into your email.

How do you know it’s going to get to the right place, what makes this happen?

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