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Your anti-phishing test emails may be too easy to spot. NIST has a training tool for that

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We did a test phishing email around March this year and about 50% clicked on it and provided their passwords. I knew there would be some but yea.

The silver lining was that the ones that logged the email with the support delivery team did well and the SD team escalated as per protocol so IT wise we didn't do a bad job. Even saw an email alert go out about 30 minutes after the fake phishing email warning people (the SD team and almost nobody knew it was a test)

Anon, obviously.

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