Legal Alert: DON'T GET HOOKED BY "EEOC" PHISHING EMAIL
November 02, 2007
Human resource professionals have been receiving emails from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC"). But these emails are not from the EEOC: they are phony, "phishing" emails. A phishing email is an email received from what appears to be a business or organization with whom the recipient has done, or likely would do, business. The email is not actually from that business, however, but is instead a scam. Click on the link below to view the Alert in its entirety.
©2023 Snell & Wilmer L.L.P. All rights reserved. The purpose of this publication is to provide readers with information on current topics of general interest and nothing herein shall be construed to create, offer, or memorialize the existence of an attorney-client relationship. The content should not be considered legal advice or opinion, because it may not apply to the specific facts of a particular matter. As guidance in areas is constantly changing and evolving, you should consider checking for updated guidance, or consult with legal counsel, before making any decisions.