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6 reasons why your anti-phishing strategy isn’t working

6 reasons why your anti-phishing strategy isn’t working

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Phishing attempts are typically like fishing in a barrel — given enough time, a bad actor is 100% likely to reel in a victim. Once they recognize organizations as habitually vulnerable, they will continue to target them and the barrel-fishing cycle goes on and on.

“Bad actors are highly motivated and funded with the sole attempt to be successful at attracting only one victim,” says Johanna Baum, CEO and founder of Strategic Security Solutions Consulting. “[However], as an organization, you are tasked with protecting all potential victims.”

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