Mako Networks takes its customers’ security very seriously. We want you to be vigilant against scams that may try to get your access credentials to the Mako System.
One of the best ways to stay safe is to know the kinds of things you should look out for. Phishing is a favorite tactic of cybercriminals and fraudsters to get you to give up your personal data.
What is phishing?
In a phishing scam, fraudsters will call or email and try to convince you that they’re someone trustworthy. They’ll ask for your personal information, like user login and password. They may claim that you need to ‘reset your account’, or resolve some other technical issue.
Never share these details with anyone. Mako Networks will never ask you for them.
What should I do if I receive a phishing email?
If you believe you’ve been targeted by a phishing scam, please report it to us for further investigation by forwarding the suspicious email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.