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In simple terms, phishing is a type of attack where electronic communication is used as bait to lure unsuspecting recipients to carry out an action resulting in the compromise of their information or data. This is performed typically by someone who is generally out to make illicit gains, or cause harm to an individual or company.
38% of all data breaches are caused by human error (ACCC Scamwatch). Although employees are often an organisation’s greatest asset, they can also be the weakest link in the cyber security chain. One click on a phishing link can have devastating effects on an organisation.
A phishing attack can lead to ransomware, reputation loss, bank account changes, sideways leverage, credential capture, etc. According to the IBM Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020, the average time to identify and contain a data breach in 2020 was 280 days. That’s 280 days for hackers to wreak havoc on your systems.
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