In an earlier post, we highlighted a Tech-Talk article with tips for identifying scam emails. Beyond being careful about clicking a link in a questionable email, there are some things you can do right now to protect your computer from becoming compromised in the event a scam evades detection.
One thing you can do is to make sure your device’s operating system and its apps/software are up-to-date. This means actions like performing Windows Updates when prompted or checking the app store to make sure your apps are all updated to the latest version.
For more tips on securing your computer and files from scams, check out this Tech-Talk article and video. If you have questions about how to use any of these tips, please let us know in the comments or contact the Reference Desk at the library, 518-477-7476, option 5.