A recent study found that 83 percent of global organizations experienced phishing attacks in 2018. And yet, as high as that number is, it feels low. End-users continually struggle to identify deceptive emails, and sinister senders are invariably modifying their bait to be even better at appearing legitimate and evading defense mechanisms. This all adds up to phishing being as optimal of a cybecrime tool as ever. So, where does that leave the security operations professional? Incessantly besieged, for starters, a feeling that can lead to, among other things, mental fatigue and even burnout. Being in a constant state of alert does no favors for one’s spirit, nor does the time suck involved in a phishing probe.