Whitepaper: Security Awareness Training Buyer's Guide
How to evaluate solutions for reducing risky user behavior.
On average, a business email account receives 16 malicious emails each month. For an average 5,000-person company, that adds up to 80,000 per month, or 2,650 per day. Spam filters weed out the majority of those, but at least one percent make it through.
The vast majority of headline data breaches in recent years have all begun with spear phishing attacks. Because of this, organizations are aggressively seeking out security awareness training (SAT) programs to mitigate the threat. A successful program can convert employees from a vulnerability to an asset by greatly increasing their awareness of threats and equipping employees with the tools they need to report and escalate threats in a timely manner.
Security leaders considering purchasing security awareness training solutions should download this guide to understand:
- How to plan and develop an SAT program
- What SAT options are available, and the pros and cons of each approach
- Why traditional training protocols don't work, and what to do instead
- What to look for in a vendor-bought SAT program
- The key points every SAT program should address
- How to measure the success of your SAT program