Full disclosure, we are a technology service company, not licensed pyschologists. But because the intersection of technology and psychology is actually one of the bigger threats to your business network, we decided to tackle the question of WHY people fall for phishing scams.
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Not to scare you, but imagine this…
He didn't MEAN to take down your business network.
All he did was click on the link in that email his bank sent him unexpectedly.
Because if he didn't follow that link immediately, his account was going to be frozen. And he had plans later on, so not being able to access his account was going to be super inconvenient.
It was just one click.
Phishing is what happens when cybercriminals send out seemingly legitimate-looking emails and social media messages with the intent of tricking the recipient into providing confidential information that can be used for fraud. Examples include passwords, usernames, credit card or bank account details.