Human Risk Management for Energy
Frequency of targeted attacks on the energy industry has been ramping since 2022, making cybersecurity a top priority for CISOs in the energy and utilities sector for the next three years, according to PwC.
Human Risk Management for Consumer Goods
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) is an industry in the hot seat when it comes to cyberattacks. According to a recent survey, 81% of CPG organizations report cybersecurity is extremely critical to their company. Plus, 74% of CPG leaders believe employee risk is the number one threat to their overall security.
Human Risk Management for Financial Services
Financial services organizations are no stranger to threats and cyberattacks. In 2022, over 50% of all financial institutions were affected by ransomware. And according to the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 95% of breaches are financially driven.
Human Risk Management for Healthcare
Healthcare organizations are no stranger to threats and cyberattacks. According to the U.S. Government’s Office for Civil Rights, healthcare firms, on a broad scope, experienced nearly 400 data breaches within the first half of 2023.
Human Risk Management for Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceuticals are no stranger to cyberattacks as these organizations possess valuable data, such as sensitive research and development data, patient information, and intellectual property. According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach in the pharmaceutical industry is valued at USD 5.01 million.
Cisco Survival Guide
The CISO Survival Guide from Cisco Investments and others is always a great read. It’s special this year as Elevate Security is one of the companies highlighted for our deep user risk visibility and automated identity protections. The report features one-on-one CISO interviews, insights on emerging innovation trends, and a specially commissioned Foundry Research report […]
Addressing Today’s Biggest Cybersecurity Gap, ‘Employee Risk’
When you know who is risky and why, you have a tractable problem that’s solvable. Let’s dig deeper!
Elevate Security and CrowdStrike
I've got a staggering number for you: 8% of employees cause 80% of security incidents. In fact, according to the Verizon DBIR, 82% of breaches are due to human error. Why? Because people are the primary attack vector?
Elevate Security Identity Access Management
According to the Verizon DBIR 82% of breaches involved a human element, but as we unpack that, we find that not all people are created equal when it comes to security. The answer is actually in the data and we've analyzed several years of it and billions of data points spanning phishing, malware, browsing, and data handling. Let us show you what we found and how to solve the problem.