Have you ever received an email from a company that you would have sworn was a phishing scam (a method of online identity theft and virus spreading) — and yet wound up being completely legitimate? In an age of increasing cybersecurity, customers are becoming more wary of potentially fraudulent email messages. And yet, when companies take pains to make their email notifications more secure, the end result can be a suspicious-looking (but safe) email.
How can companies send their customers email securely without sacrificing user-friendliness? This article from Lenny Zeltser looks at the challenges in “How to Send Customer Emails That Don’t Look Like Phishing.”
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