Study identifies workers most likely to fall for phishing scams

07/28/2013 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

Certain types of employees tend to be worse at differentiating between legitimate e-mails and phishing attempts, a researcher from N.C. State University has found. Introverts or those who are overly confident tend to have difficulty with the task, and women lag behind men, the study found.

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