Blog / September 24, 2020 - Jeremy Schwartz In news surprising no one, a new survey of 1,000 U.S. employees has found that boring security awareness training doesn't make them want to be secure.
Blog / January 22, 2020 - Jeremy Schwartz Stock photos: Unless you have a professional photographer at your disposal, we've all used them in our awareness programs. For years, stock photo sites have promoted the faceless hoodie-wearing criminal as the number-one threat to perfectly-styled business people trying to keep their personal data secure.
Blog / August 4, 2020 - Jeremy Schwartz Someday, maybe on a day just like today, your employees will get a phishing email. Email clients are getting better and better at filtering them out, but they're not perfect. Phishing is an attack vector that shows no sign of slowing down.
Blog / August 29, 2019 - Jeremy Schwartz Proving your worth is difficult. "How can we show that security and privacy awareness training is worth the money?" is a common question for those tasked with managing awareness programs. Whether you're just starting your journey toward establishing an awareness initiative or looking to upgrade an existing program, setting measurable goals for behavioral improvements is crucial.
Watch MediaPRO's Tom Pendergast discuss the importance of year-round security and privacy awareness programs in this Ask the Experts video.
Phishing emails come in many flavors, but here are five common clues someone's trying to scam you or your employees, and breach your cybersecurity.
Don't fool yourselves. Cybercriminals are coming after your c-suite, meaning your executives will need security awareness training.
We wanted to explore the average employee's awareness of phishing as part of our 2018 State of Privacy and Security Awareness Report. Here's what we found.
Don't let a cybercriminal's ingenuity go to waste. Here are four ways to turn real phishing emails into cybersecurity awareness learning opportunities.
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