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Shooting Phish in a Barrel and Other Terrible Fish Related Puns - infosystir GrrCON 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Shooting Phish in a Barrel and Other Terrible Fish Related Puns
infosystir
GrrCON 2015

We all know that the end user is the weakest link. With all the talk around how broken user education is, I'd like to offer my two cents on it. I'll be going over the user education by phishing and rewards program I put into place in an enterprise environment. The metrics I tracked were 1. users targeted
2. users sucessfully phished
3. phishes reported

I'll share what I did, learned, screwed up on, and would change. I'll also have all of my material for the program available for anyone to use.
A detailed outline of your talk
I. Intro
II. Metrics
III. Awards Program
IV. 9 months of spreadsheets
V. What I've Learned
VI. What I Would Change

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