Who hasn’t been phished? According to Symantec, there are not too many. Based on a 2016 online survey of over 20,000 consumers, 86% said they experienced this electronic form of a confidence game; a game that is designed to trick targets into willingly sharing personal or sensitive information (e.g., log-in credentials), or clicking on a malwareladen attachment or a link to a fraudulent website or webpage. 2 For the phishers, predominately financially-motivated cybercriminals, this high incident rate encourages them to continue.

You’ve Been Phished, Again! Solution - Eliminate the Click-it Temptation