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John Harris, chief technology officer of SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for ThinkAdvisor about training employees and customers on email security. In the article, he explains how important it is to learn how to detect a fraudulent email and says:

“Based on a study by Intel Security, 97% of people worldwide are unable to identify fraudulent phishing emails: messages that try to trick consumers into sending sensitive information. That means the vast majority of people—and the companies they work for—are vulnerable to attacks that could result in thousands to millions of lost dollars or identity theft.”

To read the full article, click here.

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