Training Employees to Be Smarter Than AI-Powered Phishing Messages

Avoiding online threats that may stem from cleverly disguised phishing messages is possible through trained employees and AI tools.
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Created: 4/21/2020
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Even with the rise of new communication channels such as messaging and social media apps, email continues to be the preferred means for people to communicate digitally. According to McKinsey, 28% of a worker's day is spent reading and responding to emails. On average, a single person can receive up to 120 emails daily. 

More than half of all emails received are either spam or junk mail. Many are from marketers pushing their products and services on prospects. For companies, these emails are more of a nuisance. Conventional filters can filter out most spam emails; the worst they can do is take up space in mailboxes and servers. 

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