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Perfecting your phish simulations — The 85% sweet spot for optimal learning

I don’t normally choose Phishing as a research topic because I think the literature is saturated with insights. However, I see that many companies struggle with a few important details when it comes to Phishing simulations: What is the optimal Phishing simulation click rate and what it entails How to achieve the optimal Phishing simulation...

How to deal with individuals who repeatedly fail phishing simulations

In most companies, a small percentage of employees repeatedly fail phishing simulations. These “repeat responders” should be addressed through frequent phishing exercises to build muscle memory in identifying a phish. The cybersecurity team should work to identify what other resources are needed to reduce the tendency for repeat responders, i.e., identify process or technology updates...