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Why Policy Management Helps Your Companies Cyber-Security Program

 
A lot of people ask how policy and cyber security are related to one another. In this blog post we’ll look at showing how these inter-related topics can support each other for robust risk management
 
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Choosing A Cyber-Security Awareness Program: A Guide For Businesses

Implementing an effective security awareness program may at first seem intimidating, there is a lot of information out there and often a lack of clarity. However, it is a necessary and simple step for most businesses. Here, we outline the steps you can take today to implement your program and raise cyber-security awareness in your business. 

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Essentials For Choosing A Cyber Security Awareness Training Program

A cyber security awareness program is critical to your organisation. But, at first you may not know what you are looking for. In this blog, we discuss the key features of a good security awareness training program and the benefits this can have for your business. 

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Why Your Company Needs an Effective Security Awareness Program

A robust cyber security awareness program can be the best line of defence against hackers. This is because the large majority of security breaches are related to employee error. In this article we discuss what a cyber security program is, why they are necessary and what an effective cyber security program looks like.

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Why Social Engineering Isn't Just a Headache for Big Tech Firms

On Wednesday 15th July, a number of high profile Twitter accounts, including Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Kanye West, Joe Biden and Bill Gates were hacked. 

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12 Security Awareness Training Topics You Need to Know in 2020

In 2020, it is becoming more important than ever to educate and train end users on cyber security best practice in the workplace. Below we have listed the 12 topics to look out for. With increasingly sophisticated digital threats, educating your digital workforce on cyber security best practice is the most effective way of saving time and preventing security breaches. 

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Simulated Phishing Exposes the True Cyber Vulnerability of Businesses

There is no shortage of cyber threats in 2020. With infectious ransomware attacks shutting businesses out of their systems, spyware stealing industrial secrets and phishing scams frauding organisations out of their money, businesses are struggling to find the right solutions to keep themselves protected.

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Social Engineering Explained: Reduce Your Employee Cyber-Security Risk

Social engineering is a form of cyber-security hacking that leverages the weakest point of any security system: the End User.

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The 2020 Guide to Security Awareness Training

Security awareness training is essential for mitigating human error - the cause behind most cyber breaches faced by businesses. Read our guide to learn how to perform training for your end users, what topics to include, and how to ensure training is truly effective in improving security outcomes.

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39% of Employees Gave Away Their Passwords In This Phishing Simulation

It’s half past four on a Thursday afternoon. You’re getting through your last tasks of the day, when you receive a new email. It has an alluring title:

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The Role of Human Error in Successful Cyber Security Breaches

There’s not a single person alive who never makes mistakes. In fact, making mistakes is a core part of the human experience - it is how we grow and learn. Yet in cyber security, human mistakes are far too often overlooked.

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5 Things Every Small Business Needs to Know About Passwords

All businesses are vulnerable to cyber breaches. Whether your company is a startup running from a garage or an independent bookshop, a security breach can be costly - or even the end of your business.

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Five Ways to Reduce Human Error in Your Business

If you’ve read our article on the role of human error in cyber security breaches, you’ll know that human error is the leading cause of over 90% of breaches. That’s a frightening statistic, but also a highly useful one.

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