Here you can find a growing collection of ebooks and whitepapers on cybersecurity awareness training related topics.
Which industries and job roles are most at risk for phishing? To find out, we analyzed 24,7 million phishing simulations across 100+ countries.
To change how employees interact with real threats, you need to send frequent simulations with relevant, personalized content. This guide will explain why content is important for achieving behavior change and reducing risk. We will also examine the traditional content development methods that are often believed to be effective, to help you understand why frequent, individualized, and up-to-date content is vital for successful training.
In this guide, we will cover some of the main reasons why phishing training is not always effective within the organization. We will also highlight the main criteria you should consider when making your decision about which modern phishing training solution meets your organization´s needs and positively impacts and lowers your risk profile.
Behavior-changing training is a measurable way to make a positive impact on your defenses. This guide aims to explain some of the shortcomings of the more typical awareness training metrics for social engineering education and provide an alternative method for measuring behavior change. This method provides more descriptive and realistic metrics for measuring your company’s security and risk level.
This guide will explain why behavior change is relevant for cybersecurity, the applicable psychological mechanisms, tools, and theories to achieve behavior change, and how you can start to carry out training that truly reshapes people’s behavior.
Almost everyone - executives, boards, customers, and the general public agrees that cyber risks are significant contributors to enterprise risks and that they need to take cybersecurity seriously. Focusing on the technological defenses and adhering to compliance can give a false sense of security, while the most significant attack surface, the employees, may remain unprotected.