With the massive increase in remote work due to COVID-19, there has also been an explosion in cybercriminal activity like phishing. Not only is phishing still prevalent, but it continues to be on the rise.
We surveyed 7,000 office workers around the globe on their understanding of phishing, their email and click habits, and how their online lives have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. We then worked with Dr. Prashanth Rajivan, assistant professor at the University of Washington and expert in human behavior and technology, to get his take on why phishing still works.
Download your free copy of our new report, COVID-19 Clicks: How Phishing Capitalized on a Global Crisis, to see the whole story and get actionable tips for how businesses and individuals can stay resilient against phishing attacks.