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"How Can I Tell This is an Attack? – Amazon Support Phish"

Quite a few folks have been asking how can they tell this Amazon email is a Phish. Below are the indicators. I like this example as it demonstrates how the bad guys are constantly evolving and adapting in their attacks. Notice in thisemail how there is no malicious link or infected attachment to click on, … Continue reading How Can I Tell This is an Attack? – Amazon Support Phish

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"The Security Awareness Board Game – At the EU #SecAwareSummit"

Editor’s Note:Daria Catalui is the Cyber Awareness Coordinator for the European Commission.She is one of the speakers for the upcomingSecurity Awareness Summit 6/7 December in London. Below she gives an overview on her upcoming talk on gamifying awareness programs. As my former boss likes to say ‘Cyber security awareness month is everyday’ so indeed the … Continue reading The Security Awareness Board Game – At the EU #SecAwareSummit

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"Every Behavior Has a Cost"

To effectivelymanageyour organization’s human risk,you need to changeyour workforces behaviors. Behaviors such as how people use email, create passwords or share information. While at first this sounds fundamental andperhaps even simple, it is deceivingly hard. One of the most common reasons so many awareness programs fail is they focus onthe wrong behaviors, makesecure behaviors overly … Continue reading Every Behavior Has a Cost

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"Why a Phishing Click Rate of 0% is Bad"

Working with hundreds of organizations around the world, one of the most commonphishing questions I’m often asked is "What should our click rate be for our phishing assessments"? Or, "We got a 17% click rate on our phishing simulation, is that a good or bad number?" Well, it all depends. First, it really depends on … Continue reading Why a Phishing Click Rate of 0% is Bad

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