Imagine this scenario. You get into your office in the morning and start checking your email. Everything seems business as usual, until you come upon an email that tells you that your email to someone has failed. You look and don't recall sending an email to that email address. You don't even know who that email address belongs to!
This isn't an uncommon scenario. As email has become the primary method of communication for businesses, more and more people are trying to figure out how to gain access to email addresses to send spam emails or access sensitive or valuable information. If you feel this has happened to you, don't freak out. It's probably one of two situations.
It won't prevent anyone from spoofing your email address but you can at least feel confident that if someone had access to your inbox they don't anymore. Here's a few more things you can do to make your email inbox hack-proof.
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Tim Dixon is the owner of Solve IT Security.