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How To Change Security Behaviors: Social Media

Posted by Stacy Shelley on Jun 19, '18

Changing behaviors is never an overnight fix. There’s no special formula for an annual training session that will transform employees into security-savvy superhumans.

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Topics: security awareness training

How To Change Security Behaviors: Mobile Security

Posted by Dane Boyd on Jun 13, '18

Let’s be honest, security has never been simple.

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Topics: Mobile

Is it a Phish? Office 365 Edition

Posted by Elliot Volkman on Jun 8, '18

 

Email service providers have been and continue to be among some of the most targeted industries when it comes to phishing. In fact, in 2017 email and online services combined overtook the financial industry as the largest phishing target and total share grew more than a quarter since 2016.

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Topics: Is it a phish?

FBI’s IC3 Report Reconfirms Impact of Phishing on Consumers

Posted by Elliot Volkman on Jun 5, '18

It may be one of the oldest types of digital attacks, but according to the FBI’s IC3 report phishing remains a top vector.

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How To Change Security Behaviors: Identity Management

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 31, '18

Account compromise is a big deal. Especially when it’s privileged account compromise.

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Topics: security awareness training

Is it a Phish? May 25 Edition

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 25, '18

This week we are putting our brand new marketing team member, Rachel, to the task of hopefully getting us to our first perfect streak. And because she’s new to the team we decided to bring back our classic format.

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Topics: Phish, Is it a phish?

Mobile Adoption is Setting Security Awareness Training Back

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 24, '18

Phishing is one of the oldest forms of cyber attacks, but until recent years it was commonly thought of as an entirely desktop attack vector. This was primarily due to the flow of web traffic coming through laptops and desktop computers; however, the overtaking of mobile traffic has also drawn the attention of threat actors.

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Topics: Mobile, security awareness training, Rogue Mobile Applications

Are Phishing Simulations a Replacement For Training? No.

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 22, '18

Sending a simulated phishing attack is now more accessible than ever thanks to a recent update from Microsoft and the various other free offerings, and many organizations have been pushing them out for years.

Be it once a year, once a quarter, or once a month, these simulated phishing attacks both create awareness for your users and provide valuable feedback to an organization’s security team. However, can simulations on their own be a replacement for training? No. Nein. Non. Nah.

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Topics: security awareness training, Phish

Is it a Phish? Slightly Delayed Mother’s Day Edition

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 18, '18

Wait, Mother’s Day was last week? We promise, we didn’t forget, but we did have just a tiny bit of news to announce and that took center stage. But we’re back, and we’re shaking things up!

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Topics: Phishing, BEC, Is it a phish?

PTI 2018: The Biggest Key Findings and How to Defend Against Them

Posted by Elliot Volkman on May 17, '18

If you’ve been following our coverage of this year’s Phishing Trends and Intelligence Report, you are aware of the largest key finding: the shift from consumers to enterprise targets.

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Topics: PTI Report

   

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