Best practices for implementing security awareness training

How to develop a security awareness programme that will actually change behaviour

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What if your employees were more informed about security threats, more skeptical about what they receive in email, and less likely to click on malicious links in email without first verifying them?

There are some impactful, quick wins that you and your organisation can realize by implementing security awareness training. This recent in-depth survey of security professionals by Osterman Research shows that the leading security concerns across organisations are all areas in which security awareness training can yield significant benefits.

Here are some suggestions on processes and practices to consider when developing a security awareness training programme that will actually change behaviour and make the organisation less likely to fall prey to a cyberattack.

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