CLP reminds you to protect your login information. Never share your log in and password with anyone, including tenants, friends or family members.
Additionally, please remember to update your password regularly to enhances the security of your account and reduces the risk of unauthorized access.
Fraudulent websites and phishing messages are becoming more and more common. Please refer to the following information and stay alert to avoid being scammed.
1. What is phishing?
Phishing is a common fraud technique involving social engineering. Cyber criminals deceive victims by pretending they are from legitimate organisations and trick victims into providing sensitive information and personal data through electronic communications such as emails, phone calls, social media and SMS. Phishing messages may also include malicious hyperlinks, attachments or QR codes that redirect the recipients to fraudulent websites. Malicious software will then be installed on the victims’ computers or mobile phones, which may result in hacking activities.
2. How to identify a phishing scam
Ask yourself these questions:
3. How to check whether the communication is from CLP Power
4. Good practices
5. Handling phishing