Why is there always some information security or privacy pros who insist on proclaiming that user awareness and training is a waste of time and money?
Too many organizations either provide for no security and privacy training and awareness or take a completely inadequate or ineffective (bad) approach. Effective regular training and ongoing awareness can provide tremendous return on significantly better security and privacy practices.
Google has a vision for users to not have to think about cybersecurity, even as the human factor is the weakest link. Realistic cybersecurity training is still critical as we can't fully trust and rely on technological capabilities.
Majority of business travelers have grave reservations about public WiFi security and the safety of their data. Of the 2,000 global business travelers surveyed by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, 65% were less than confident about using public WiFi networks.
A recent study conducted by Chubb in major Asia-Pacific markets reveals that SMEs tend to be both overconfident and underprepared when it comes to cyber awareness.
Meet Bob. Bob’s an employee at BigCorp, and he’s confused. He’s got info security folks requiring him to take annual...
As more and more marketers leverage on customer data to build target consumer base, it’s time for CMOs and marketing teams to get to know cybersecurity and focus on cyber risks too.
With people being the weakest links in cyber attacks, why are companies not focusing on cyber security awareness training for their employees or making them more effective?
In a recent Pew research study where thousands of Americans were asked 10 questions related to digital security and privacy, majority could not even answer half of the questions correctly.
Organizations Are Embracing Cyber Security Awareness Training as the First Line of Defense Against Hackers
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and the time to focus on improving cyber security awareness training and boosting overall cyber security resilience.