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Phishing scams rely on inducing panic, causing you to act impulsively and impairing your ability to think rationally. Yes, even you – and, yes, even me.

That’s why we must pre-decide how to respond to certain triggers. Pre-made decisions require less thought in the moment, so we can improve our resilience to manipulations.

I have created this poster for you as a go-to guide. Each time you get communication that induces panic and requests an urgent response, refer to this poster; take five and verify.

It is designed to be printed out and stuck on your office wall. Enjoy x


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