Hello Hackbusters Community! Time for the second challenge… This week’s topic is: PHISHING TEST “CLICKERS”. Every time you run a Phishing Security Test, you have the ability to add any user who falls for the test to a group of your choosing. Failing the test could include clicking on a link, opening an attachment, enabling a macro, replying to the email, entering sensitive information on a landing page, or allowing Java to run. So I would love to know what you call this group of users and how you follow up with them.
How to enter:
Please include the following in your post:
- What you call your “Clickers” group
- One tip on how you improve those users’ awareness or a follow-up action you take with them.
Post these as a reply right here in this thread.
Vote on your favorite post in this thread by clicking the “Like ” button. Votes will be counted on Friday, July 21st at 4:30 PM EDT.
How Do I Handle My “Clickers” Or Vulnerable Employees? https://knowbe4.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/226938287-How-Do-I-Handle-My-Clickers-Or-Vulnerable-Employees-
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Tuesday: Ask us all about campaign failures – This will be an active discussion throughout the day.
Wednesday: Ransomware – Tech Talk.
Thursday: Best practices from the KnowBe4 experts.
Friday: Weekly Challenge Winner will be announced.
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