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Phishing Benchmark Report Delivers Data, Tools to Mitigate End-User Risk

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Proofpoint has announced its 2022 State of the Phish report, which is the latest in-depth look at end-user awareness, vulnerability, and resilience.

The eighth annual study features an analysis of global survey responses, simulated phishing exercises, and real-world attacks. It also delivers robust benchmarking and insights to help you manage and mitigate user-driven phishing risks more effectively. 

This year’s report compiles data from multiple sources, including:

This year’s report highlights:

There’s no question that organizations experienced both new and familiar cybersecurity challenges in 2021—and that a people-centric security approach has become only more critical.

According to Alan LeFort, SVP and General Manager of Security Awareness Training at Proofpoint:

“Where 2020 taught us about the need to be agile and responsive in the face of change, 2021 taught us about the need to better protect ourselves. As email remains the favored attack method for cybercriminals, there is clear value in building a culture of security. In this evolving threat landscape and as work-from-anywhere becomes commonplace, it is critical that organizations empower their people and support their efforts to learn and apply new cyber skills, both at work and at home.”

Download your copy of the 2022 State of the Phish report now to get full access to global and regional findings, including country-by-country breakdowns of the survey results.

And sign up for our Remote Sessions webcast featuring Gretel Egan, Senior Security Awareness Training Strategist at Proofpoint, on Wednesday, March 2. Register here!
 

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