How a phishing attack impacts an employee’s mental health

Phishing attacks can impact employees’ mental health

Once again, phishing retains its number one spot in the top attack vectors used by cybercriminals. Just last month the Government’s latest annual cyber breaches survey reported that 79% of businesses experienced a phishing attempt over the last 12 months. Yet, despite phishing remaining the biggest threat to individuals and companies’ security and safety, this form of social engineering has been overshadowed by more sophisticated forms of attack, like ransomware, grabbing the headlines with the ransom demands that follow.

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