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KnowBe4 has found that US phishing emails focus on password alerts and policy changes, while EMEA emails focus on everyday tasks.

KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training and simulation phishing platform, today announced the results of its Q4 2021 Fishing Report.

This newsletter contains multimedia. See the full report here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220119005251/pt/

KnowBe4 Q4 2021 Most Clicked Phishing Report Chart (Graphic: Business Wire)

Stu Sjouwerman said: “Compared to the US phishing email results in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, US email lessons appear to have originated from user organizations and focused on security alerts regarding passwords and internal corporate policy changes.” , CEO of KnowBe4. “However, at EMEA, key topics are related to users’ day-to-day tasks, and the course lines appear to be too personalized for the user to click. As expected, we saw some holiday-related phishing email threads, especially holiday shopping. Wrong clicks can wreak havoc on the business.

Top 10 Email Types in the World:

  1. Business

  2. Services Online

  3. Human resources

  4. TI

  5. Banking and Finance

  6. Phishing de Corona virus / Govit-19

  7. Email notifications

  8. Holidays

  9. Phishing for important information

  10. Social Websites

The best phishing email lessons are also rated, compared to those in the EMEA from the US. In Q4 2021, NoBe4 scanned tens of thousands of email subject lines from simulated phishing tests. The company also reviewed the title lines of “free-floating” emails, which showed users the actual emails they received and reported their information to the IT department as suspicious. The results are given below.

Top Phishing Email Topics:

To us

  1. The password should be verified immediately

  2. Important: Clothing code changes

  3. Holiday policy update

  4. Major change in social media policy

  5. Amazon Employee Discounts for Your Holiday Shopping

EMEA Area

  1. Accept the invitation – Group meeting via groups

  2. Employee Portal – Time card not sent

  3. Link to your review

  4. Requires immediate password verification

  5. Invoice [[nome_da_empresa]]

* Large letters and spelling in the subject of the phishing test.

** Email subject lines are a combination of simulated phishing templates created by KnowBe4 for customers and custom tested by KnowBe4 clients.

Common “free-roaming” attacks:

  • Information Technology: Cloud Registration

  • Special project information

  • You have some new news

  • Teams events

  • Microsoft: Received privately shared document

* Large letters and spelling according to the phishing test course.

** Free flowing email headlines refer to genuine emails that users have received and reported to their IT departments as suspicious. They are not fake phishing test emails.

For more information on KnowBe4, visit www.knowbe4.com.

About a KnowBe4

KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training and simulation phishing site provider, is used by 44,000 companies worldwide. Founded by information technology and data security expert Stu Sjouwerman, KnowBe4 helps companies raise awareness about the human element of security, ransomware, CEO fraud and other social engineering strategies, through a new approach to security, and security awareness training. Kevin Midnick, an internationally recognized cybersecurity expert and director of hacking at KnowBe4, helped design the KnowBe4 training based on his well-documented social engineering tricks. Tens of thousands of companies rely on KnowBe4 to mobilize their end users as their ultimate security.

The original language text of this notice is the officially approved version. Translations are provided for convenience only and should specify the text in the original language, which is the only version of the text with legal effect.

Contact:

Amanda Tarantino

[email protected]

Source: Business Wire

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