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Security Awareness Training: Dealing with Repeat Clickers

How do you make your security training more successful? Focus on employees who repeatedly … Read More >

How do you make your security training more successful? Focus on employees who repeatedly fall for phishing emails. Key Points: The greatest risk to your company’s email security is probably posed by a small group of employees. These “repeat clickers” should be targeted for specia… Read More >

by Dr. Matthew Canham

Contributing Writer

Posted Apr 26, 2021

Security Awareness Training
ROI Analysis: Improving Resilience with Cybersecurity A…

Forrester research underscores… Read More >

Forrester research underscores the ROI of cybersecurity awareness training as remote work increases risk. Key Points: I… Read More >

Karen Lynch

by Karen Lynch

Contributing Writer

Posted Apr 14, 2021

Security Awareness Training
The Security Paradox: How Phishing Filters Can Make Your Organization Less Secure

Research finds that too little exposure to phishing emails can make users more susceptible… Read More >

Research finds that too little exposure to phishing emails can make users more susceptible to them. The key is finding the right cadence of simulated phishing campaigns. Key Points: Humans require occasional exposure to maintain vigilance against social engineering threats. Automated spam filtering… Read More >

by Dr. Matthew Canham

Contributing Writer

Posted Mar 12, 2021

Security Awareness Training
To Raise User Security Awareness — Don’t Coddle Them

Attempting to train users by e… Read More >

Attempting to train users by exposing them to sample phishing emails can backfire if the examples used are too easy to d… Read More >

by Dr. Matthew Canham

Contributing Writer

Posted Feb 05, 2021

Security Awareness Training
For Systemic Change in Your Cybersecurity Culture, Keep Things Interesting

Employees are more likely to buy into and act on cybersecurity awareness training when the… Read More >

Employees are more likely to buy into and act on cybersecurity awareness training when they’re interested by the content, according to a new study conducted by Osterman Research.   Key points: The end goal of awareness training is systemic change within an organization, not just behavior… Read More >

Miranda Nolan

by Miranda Nolan

Security Writer

Posted Feb 01, 2021

Security Awareness Training
Q&A: Best Practices for Building a Culture of Cybersecu…

With cybercriminals increasing… Read More >

With cybercriminals increasingly well organized, companies must infuse cybersecurity awareness into their corporate cult… Read More >

Mercedes Cardona

by Mercedes Cardona

Contributing Writer

Posted Jan 07, 2021

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Fear Doesn’t Train Employees to be Cybersafe, Creativity and Trust Do

Scaring employees is an ineffective way to make them cyber-vigilant, research finds. In fact, too much fear mongering can harm cybersecurity awareness training efforts.  Key Points: Research shows that fear tactics in cybersecurity awareness tr…

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Q&A: Cybersecurity Awareness and the Lessons of 2020

COVID-19, remote work and data privacy legislation are compelling companies to rethink their cybersecurity policies. Key Points: Companies are shifting their cybersecurity priorities from IP protection and business continuity to safeguarding their c…

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9 Ways to Build a Robust Cybersecurity Culture

Effective cybersecurity requires a pervasive organizational culture where everyone knows what to do and is committed doing it. Key Points: Creating a culture of cybersecurity requires honest, plain-English communication that motivates people around …

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Black Friday in the Time of COVID Threatens Cyber Resilience

Cybersecurity awareness training is key to security and resilience as more employees shop at home on corporate-issued devices. Key Points: Holiday shopping is always a focus for cybercriminals, but the risk is worse in 2020 because more people are w…

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