A new study has found that #phishing victims are the most #vuln when they’re on the defensive, the most successful attacks being ones that challenge their recipient with a negative message @HCA_News - bit.ly/2HmxbYE
Close to 1/4 of 1139 Canadians say they have clicked on a link that resulted in a #phishing scam; 64% say they have considered clicking on a link that they weren’t sure was safe @MobileSyrup - bit.ly/2IiCl9x
#Security researchers have uncovered "Operation Honeybee," a Korean #phishing campaign w/ malicious Word attachment that used North Korean political themes to draw the attention of humanitarian aid orgs @SCmagazineUK - bit.ly/2D3MHpR
Carnegie Mellon University's researchers have identified how #cyberattackers may be more successful when they exploit specific #phishing strategies than when they use other less successful ones. EurekAlert! - bit.ly/2CXi7hE
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