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April 2, 2024
What’s the importance of security awareness training? In this guide, we’ll review 10 reasons every organization should consider implementing security awareness training.  We’ll also tell you why training alone isn’t foolproof (hint: it has something to do with the amount of employee pe…
April 2, 2024
In this guide, we’ll explain what end user security awareness training is and what it looks like for a typical organization.  We’ll also discuss why training alone isn’t effective and what companies can do to reduce the likelihood that their end users will be targeted in attacks.  What …
April 2, 2024
The simple answer to “How often should security awareness training be conducted?” is: At least twice a year.  For a more granular answer (including why yearly training is insufficient and whether there’s such a thing as “too much” training), read the guide below.  We also explain why se…
March 1, 2024
Learn about HIPAA security awareness training requirements.
March 1, 2024
Find out why security awareness training fails (and what to do about it).
March 1, 2024
Learn about security training, including why it’s important, what it involves, and its limitations.
April 18, 2023
Privacy Law Developments in Iowa, Indiana, Washington, Arkansas, Montana   Iowa and Indiana have become the sixth and seventh states to pass comprehensive consumer online privacy laws; others are expected to follow later this year.  Both new laws largely track the approach of the “…
April 18, 2023
Firewalls, sandboxing, email filtering, you name it. Your organization can have the best security controls in place and still get hacked. How? Via your employees, specifically through malicious use of their personal information.  Cybercriminals don’t need access to the dark web or advanced tools …

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