Employees behaving badly?

Why awareness training matters

Why awareness training matters - whitepaper from Mimecast
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The behaviour of your employees very well could be exposing your business to more risk. However, don't be quick to assign blame, it's not necessarily their fault. Without the necessary training, the finger instead should point up to the CISO and other decision makers.

That's because Mimecast research shows only 11% of organisations continuously train employees on how to spot cyber attacks, a low number when compared to the fact that 40% of these organisations believe training their staff is the best defence again email-based cyber attacks. It's time for this discrepancy to be addressed before it's too late.

In this whitepaper discover why security awareness training matters, and how it can be easily and effectively implemented to cater to your business needs.

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