Think about your current business approach to cybersecurity training. Can you honestly say, with complete confidence, that your workforce is as clued up on basic cyber hygiene as they could be?
If you answered yes to that question, you’ve already made your first mistake.
Given that 82% of all breaches last year involved a human element, it’s clear that people remain one of the biggest threats to business cyber infrastructure.
A compounding factor is that cyber training has become a ‘tick box’ exercise, with some approaches being far less effective than what company’s perceive.
It’s time for a rethink.
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