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How Human Behavior and Decision Making Expose Users to Phishing Attacks (2016)
Approximately 95% of recent high-profile security breaches were the result of preventable human error and behavior weakness. In this report, the Crime Commission provides an overview of the potential impacts of phishing on victims, the tactics used in phishing scams, and the preventative measures users can implement to protect themselves and their families, friends, schools and employers. Given that it only takes one email to fall victim to a cybercriminal's attack Internet users must be aware of the ways their behaviors and decision making expose them to cyber-threats.
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