Phishing Simulations are Not Enough
- Studies have shown that employee error accounts for 90% of breaches
- More security awareness training for employees with poor phishing simulation results is ineffective at keeping your organization more secure - it is not what employees know but what they do, that matters
- More security awareness training or more one-size-fits all controls do not necessarily equal a more secure organization
- There is a better way: Identify the riskiest employees and put a bubble around them to protect your organization
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Why Cybersecurity Awareness Training for Poor Phishing Simulation Results Don't Work
Security Awareness Training is found to have little impact on employee security decisions. Over 90% of breaches are caused by poor security decisions made by your employees and contractors. These decisions run the gamut from simply clicking on phishing email to uploading sensitive data to the cloud or using weak passwords. We have found that there is a difference between what employees know and what they do. As your employees make thousands of such decisions everyday, each wrong decision makes your organization more susceptible to the next cyber attack.
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