A recent Slashdot post linked to a test to see how well people can identify spam, scam and phishing email messages (which can happen to anybody).
The test is provided by SonicWall, and would be a great for:
- taking as a group during a staff meeting or training day
- testing new employees to help protect your network and increase their tech competency
- showing to students and computer literacy classes to teach them to evaluate websites and email messages
After you're finished, be sure to click the "why" links on the test results to see exactly what looks suspicious and what are the red flags - that is the most helpful part of the test.