12 Jun Security Think Tank: Key things to consider to block malicious email attachments
First, focus on improving awareness. Instead of telling people who may already be overworked and stressed that they must decipher complex email addresses or links, employers should instead give them simple rules and an easy way to report their suspicions. Focus on rewards or praise to incentivise people to do this. To support this awareness, implement technology to help staff report suspicious emails and make it easy for them to use that system.
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