Resources Page 6

NCSAM Week 5: Adaptive Awareness Breeds Resilience

To be truly resilient, you’ve got to be adaptive. Throughout National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, (NCSAM), we’ve covered the importance of having an adaptive security awareness program that can factor for shifting threat landscapes. Knowing how to build an adaptive program is a whole different story. Building such a program from start to finish can be… Read more »

View Resource

Video: Don’t be a Security Zombie!

We often ask information security and privacy professionals what keeps them up at night. Nine out of 10 say it’s fear of Security Zombies. Okay, they don’t call them “security zombies,” but they do worry about people who put themselves or their organizations at risk by forgetting to apply some basic common sense to protecting information…. Read more »

View Resource

Infographic: 2016 State of Privacy and Security Awareness

What’s your privacy and cybersecurity IQ? We surveyed more than 1,000 employees and members of the general public over a one-month period to gather a baseline of security and privacy awareness across a slice of the general population. We tested survey-takers’ knowledge across eight different security and privacy risk areas, including identifying phishing attempts, safe… Read more »

View Resource

NCSAM Week 4: More Devices, More Problems

All over the country, indeed all over the world, billions of people are sitting at work with a mobile device within arm’s reach. And about 10 times per hour, according to a 2015 study, arms once furiously clacking away at a keyboard reach over to check these devices. This equates to the average user spending five… Read more »

View Resource

White Paper: Preparing for the GDPR

The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is a landmark set of data privacy rules that will take effect on May 25th, 2018. How are you preparing your organization? As employee awareness experts, we tend to look at sweeping regulations like the GDPR from a training and education perspective. More specifically, how should such a regulation… Read more »

View Resource

NCSAM Week 3: Cybercrime Awareness for All

Cybercrime is a big deal. McAfee estimates that cybercrime costs the global economy $400 billion annually; more than the national incomes of many countries. Experts expect that figure to only increase as more companies move their business online, opening up new fronts for cyberattack. With this much at stake, it’s no surprise that cybercriminals continue… Read more »

View Resource

NCSAM Week 2: Use Incident Reports to Improve Security Awareness Company-Wide

What do CEOs and first-day employees have in common? Well, hopefully they’re both reporting suspicious emails, accidental clicks, and instances of lost or compromised data within your organization. Unreported incidents like these can mean lost revenue, hefty fines, and perhaps most serious of all: irreparable harm to your organization’s reputation. A sound incident reporting infrastructure… Read more »

View Resource