Infographic: A phishing email's route through the corporate network
Posted on 27 March 2014.
For years, even decades, computer security has been seen as a technical problem that requires a technical solution. In recent years, enterprises have plowed billions of dollars into technology solutions, only to find that the frequency and cost of breaches have hardly dropped at all.

Most cyber-attacks begin with spear-phishing emails, so why is this still such a viable attack method? People are still clicking.

The PhishMe infographic below touches on human vulnerability as the sole cause of recent high-profile breaches.

Click the image for the full version.






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