CRA has tested its employees’ ability to spot phishing emails, and the results are less than impressive, reports the Globe and Mail.

“A security test by the Canada Revenue Agency found thousands of its employees could not resist the lure of a phony e-mail phishing scam, a discovery that suggests vulnerabilities remain at the agency more than a year after it was rocked by a major online security breach,” the report explains.

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