In partnership with Wakefield Research, we surveyed 4,000 professionals across the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Japan on their phishing know-how and clicking habits. Looking at the data, we discovered some interesting (and worrisome) trends.
First, a lot of us are overconfident.
Second, many folks don’t really take precautions online.
59% of people who’ve clicked links from unknown senders have done so multiple times.
Of people whose financial or personal information has been breached, 35% didn’t even change their passwords.
We consulted with Dr. Cleotilde Gonzalez of Carnegie Mellon University to try to get to the bottom of what makes people click.
Download your free copy of the report today to see the full survey results, gain insight from Dr. Gonzalez, read real-world phishing stories from our customers, and get tips on how businesses and individuals can stay safe from phishing threats.