What should you do if you accidentally click on a phishing link?

Video Transcript:

"Hey everybody. This week we're going to talk about what happens when you do click that link that you weren't supposed to.
"So what do you do when you think you might have clicked on a suspicious email, gone to a bad site, accidentally provided data, maybe let hackers on your machine, all these things. What do you do?
"Well, the first thing you do is disconnect from the network. If the hackers are on there or they've downloaded a virus, the first thing it's going to want to do is see what it can get to. So you disconnect from the network.
"Second thing - call your I.T. company immediately. Call I.T. and ask, what should I do next? They can sometimes come out and pick up the machine, or if they're onsite grab it. You might take it to them - either way you want to make sure that you protect and isolate it so it's only on that machine.
"The next thing to do if your machine is acting weird or slow is unplug it. Just turn it off immediately, don't wait, don't do start shutdown, don't attempt to run any other applications. Just unplug it from the wall and be done with it. Then get I.T. involved.
"So if you think you've done something, your computer's running suspiciously after you got an email that you may have clicked on, you're not sure - call I.T., but disconnect everything first to keep everything else safe.
"Then offline tools can be used to hopefully fix and get rid of viruses.
"That's it for this week. Talk to you next time."