Using an Interactive Online Quiz to Recalibrate College Students’ Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions About Phishing

@article{Perrault2018UsingAI,
  title={Using an Interactive Online Quiz to Recalibrate College Students’ Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions About Phishing},
  author={Evan K Perrault},
  journal={Journal of Educational Computing Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={55},
  pages={1154 - 1167}
}
  • Evan K Perrault
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Educational Computing Research
  • Despite improved spam filtering technology, phishing continues to be a prevalent threat for college students. The current study found that approximately 4-in-10 of the students surveyed (N = 462) indicate they do not know what phishing is and the threat it poses. Students also report initially overestimating their confidence to successfully recognize phishing attempts, and underestimating their susceptibility to being the victim of an attack. By completing an interactive online phishing quiz… CONTINUE READING
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