People fall for phishing emails every day. In fact, phishing was involved in 70 percent of breaches last year, according to the Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report. And despite awareness-spreading efforts, phishing still works. Almost 11 percent of people who receive a phishing email fall for it, according to internet security company Cofense.
Alphabet’s subsidiary Jigsaw, though, just launched a quiz that hopes to teach people how to spot phishing emails.
The quiz has eight examples of potentially malicious emails, all inspired by real phishing emails Google has seen in the wild.
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