Are phishing simulations pentesting for humans or training? What’s more effective with those folks who can’t stop themselves from clicking on everything: “name and shame” or a private, personal coaching session? We’ve seen it all: organizations that have terminated internet access (or even employees) and employers that take an educational approach to phishing. What’s your opinion? How do you deal with phishing repeat offenders? Does the term “repeat offender” offend you? Or are you frustrated your employer hasn’t fired more people for clicking even after numerous training sessions?
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