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It’s time to stop exposing yourself online

It’s time to stop exposing yourself online

In last week’s Behave Series blog, we explored phishing simulations, and how to put them to work in your organization.This week, we’re staging an intervention. Because you've just got to stop revealing so much of yourself to Internet strangers. Oh, and, we’re talking...

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A new approach to simulated phishing

A new approach to simulated phishing

A new approach to simulated phishingHow to run simulated phishing campaigns (the right way) and reduce your human cyber riskAnyone can be phished. Anyone. All it takes is the right email, sent at the right time, in the right situation. Yeah, that’s a lot of ‘rights’...

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Goodbye, security awareness training!

Goodbye, security awareness training!

It’s time to pull the plug on traditional security awareness training   We know it’s hard to let go. But this is getting out of hand. Traditional security awareness training has been on its deathbed for so long now that our eyes water whenever we get a whiff of...

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How to get phishing simulations right

How to get phishing simulations right

As part of our Behave Series last week, we talked about multi-factor authentication (MFA), and how to encourage your people to adopt it.This week, we’re diving into phishing simulations. They’re particularly useful for finding and filling the security cracks in your...

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Spotlight: Have you got the multi-factor?

Spotlight: Have you got the multi-factor?

Last week in our Behave Series blog we looked at passwords. This week we’re turning it up to 11. This week, we’re talking about multi-factor authentication (MFA). Multi-factor authentication. It’s the unsung hero of cybersecurity. It’s thwarted many a cybercriminal....

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Spotlight: Creating a passphrase ruleset

Spotlight: Creating a passphrase ruleset

This week we’re focusing on passwords. We know you’re no stranger to these, and neither are your workforce. But familiarity isn’t helpful here. In fact, it’s a criminal’s best friend.  Everyone in your business will have at least three or four passwords in their...

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How to make money with law firms and ransomware

How to make money with law firms and ransomware

Law firms + ransomware = profit For cyber criminals.   Are you a cyber criminal? No? Well, you might want to stick around anyway, especially if you work for a law firm. Why? Because we’re breaking down three steps every career criminal can take to get (malware)...

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Ebook: Ransomware is boring

Ebook: Ransomware is boring

Ransomware is boring So make sure you never have to deal with it againRansomware is on the rise. But you already know that. Because it’s constantly in the news. While it’s easy to buy into the fearmongering, the truth is that the threat is manageable … with your...

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Triple-pronged Threat: The Cyber Security Challenge

Triple-pronged Threat: The Cyber Security Challenge

Financial services have quickly evolved in recent years. They’ve had to. With more people remote working, they’re accessing systems from a greater number of touchpoints. They’re working unusual hours. Yet, in a period of accelerated change not everything has kept up...

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7 reasons why security awareness training is important

7 reasons why security awareness training is important

Data breaches cost UK organisations an average of £2.9 million per breach. 82% of breaches involve the human element.   Those facts alone are usually enough to convince people that cyber security awareness training for employees is important for data protection....

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