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Being Proactive on Security Awareness

The best way to start building a security awareness program (if you have time) is to take some measurements to find out where your organization is right now. How well do employees understand the threats they may face, the safeguards they should use, or the vulnerabilities they may be causing?


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Whether you’re trying to address the findings of an audit, or have had a serious incident, the most important thing for you right now is to get something in place that can start correcting employee behavior to address the highest priority risks.


Scott Wright’s Security Views Blog

Being proactive on employee vulnerabilities

In the past month or two, I’ve been learning a lot, through some of my business associates, about why employees might act against the interests of their employer. In a previous post, I highlighted some of the non-intuitive reasons employees might either become a... read more

Yahoo learns poor security can affect business value

As you may have heard, Yahoo recently disclosed that it had suffered a major security breach affecting the personal data (and possibly passwords) of 500 million Yahoo email users. This kind of news is never a good sign for a business, and it can be hard to know how a... read more

Insider threats may come from people you don’t suspect

How would you expect an insider threat to materialize in your organization? Could it be the recent new hire who just seems too keen? Or do you just expect that the signs will be obvious when a top software developer starts pushing for a raise, and they seem ready to... read more

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