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Developing an Effective Security Awareness Training Program
As the threat of data breaches continues to increase, providing your employees with the knowledge they need to implement information security best practices becomes increasingly crucial.
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If ______ Ran Your Information Security Awareness Program
Your organization's Security Awareness Training Program is at the core of your data security and compliance strategy. Who would be the most effective leader of your program and how would they choose to run it?
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Ransomware: Because Organizations Aren't Cats
Ransomware attacks are at all-time high. Organizations don’t have nine lives, so here are the top nine vulnerabilities that can lead to ransomware and how to prevent it.
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PCI DSS version 4.0 – Awareness Training
Many organizations are now also operating hybrid environments and may have staff taking payments from home over the phone or on personal devices. PCI awareness training should address necessary security controls for remote work environments and the consequences for not adhering to acceptable use policies.
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The Ever Increasing Threat of Ransomware
Ransomware continues to be a real threat and is top of mind for organizational executives and Boards. Help your organization to be better positioned to identify attacks before they occur with these tips!
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“a lack of compliance could mean nothing at all – until a data breach occurs”
Edward Ko, the Director of Information Security Services at CampusGuard sits down with Cybernews to discuss the state of cybersecurity in education, government, and healthcare and what challenges they face.
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