This template (or one like it created by you and your team!) can be used when auto-directing users after a live phishing campaign, as well as for normal instruction.
But it’s OK...and it was only a quiz (the real test is from an attacker). (Click the arrows for more info!)
Did you know: real attackers are making these same attempts all the time against our network?
We’d rather help ourselves become stronger before the attackers can help themselves to our patients’ data.
No matter how many advanced technical hurdles internet security puts in place, the best defense is always an alert member of the team (you!).
Classroom is theory—treating that first patient wasn’t. It’s better to practice when it’s safe.
Computers are black and white, on or off; humans aren’t, so unfortunately we present a better target to attackers:
If people who work for computer technology companies—some of which specialize in security—fall for attacks, it’s to be expected that you would fall for similar attacks as well.
We get better with practice; this is an opportunity for that practice.
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