End User Security Awareness
Taking a whole organization from zero to front-line defenders against cybercriminals, industrial espionage, and savvy hackers.
Utilizing security awareness training and phishing security tests can be a useful and effective tool to reduce unintentional insider threats. However, if robust metrics are not put in place to effectively gauge the click rate patterns from a human landscape perspective, phishing tests can create organizational social engineering blind spots. Meaningful phishing assessment metrics should go beyond the click rate and understand human patterns relative to their job and work environment.
Ultimately it boils down to awareness and education. The more people are aware of what a phishing email looks like, the better they are at avoiding it.
Habits take time to form and become part of one’s daily life – the same applies to being cyber street-smart and phishing prevention. Taking a whole organization from zero to front-line defenders against cybercriminals, industrial espionage, and savvy hackers takes gradual education, and patience in understanding the human landscape of an organization.
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