How to avoid common travel and vacation scams
As usual, winter’s been bleak. You’re ready to go … anywhere else. Somewhere warmer, brighter, more fun.
And someone else is there waiting and ready to steal your information — and your money — in the process.
Travel scams are ripe and ripening as the days grow longer, in some high and very low tech ways.
“The really staggering message that came through in 2015 was that it was the year attackers spent a lot less time and energy on really sophisticated technology intrusions and instead spent the year exploiting us,” says Kevin Epstein, vice president of the Threat Operations Center at Proofpoint.