Infographic: How to Spot a Phishy Email

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Have you ever gotten an email that just didn’t seem right?

An email that was worded oddly, had misspellings, or was threatening? Chances are you have, and chances are that was a phishing attempt.

In 2016, 1 in 14 users “took the bait” and clicked on a link or opened an attachment in a phishy email. Thus in 2017, keeping users aware of the latest social engineering and phishing threats should be top of mind for all InfoSec professionals.

Fortunately, many of these threats share common signs that reveal their true nature as a phishing attempt. Remind your colleagues and employees of some of these common signs by sharing this infographic on spotting a phishy email!

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Your and your colleagues are the last line of defense against social engineering attacks like phishing emails. Make sure your phishy email detection abilities are up to snuff!

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