Training your team on security awareness is an essential part of a successful security program. And, new employee onboarding is an optimal time to introduce your staff to your security best practices.
This is in large part due to the fact that they likely won’t know your company’s protocols for secure information nor how to securely navigate internal systems. Therefore, new employees will need guidance through the best approach to systems and processes. Here are some keys ways to incorporate ...
As more work shifts to remote, organizations continue dealing with security challenges. Employees are now connecting to internal network resources from varied devices, and many may be connecting with personal devices. Working from off-site locations presents more chances for accidental and malicious data disclosure alike. Protecting personally identifiable information (PII) in difficult environments becomes ever more important.
Personally identifiable information is an attractive target. The ...
Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to experience considerable growth. According to the Gartner 2019 CIO survey, enterprise adoption grew 270 percent over four years. Artificial intelligence is primarily used for research and development but has practical applications across multiple sectors.
A 2019 O’Reilly survey reveals AI is used for information technology (IT), customer service, marketing/advertising, facilities/operations management, and more. A high percentage of respondents (85%) r...
Employee training programs have changed little over the years, and mandatory compliance training modules aren’t widely renowned for their entertainment value. Your employees know this, which is why the annual email titled “URGENT: Mandatory security training” is only opened by a fraction of the workforce.
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From the intro: State and local governments face malicious actors who target personal information and key services, endangering both citizens and critical infrastructure. Ransomware alone affected over 100 governments in 2019, per Recorded Future. Increasing attack volumes plus lack of funding, skills and awareness necessitate stronger state and local government cybersecurity.
Better personal security in everyday life isn’t something everyone considers — at least, not until something goes wrong. Securing home devices and personal accounts can be daunting for those who just aren’t that interested in the devices or cybersecurity. Learning the basics of personal cybersecurity is not the most appealing activity to everyone, and getting lectured by tech-savvy family members isn’t either.
Fortunately, there is a better way to teach cybersecurity. Giving the gift of bette...
Phishing remains one of the top threats to enterprise IT. According to a recent Akamai report, “Phishing Is No Longer Just Email: It’s Social,” phishing is responsible for as many as 93 percent of security breaches. Email phishing attacks continue to rank highest among attack methods, but criminals are now adopting modern communication and collaboration tools and services as well.
Technology enables employees to work from the office, from home, during their daily commute and pretty much everywhere in between. Companies, however, have little control over security between the home and the office. Employees may choose to work from unsecured Wi-Fi networks in public places or when working remotely, for example, when we all know that secure Wi-Fi is best.
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