by Nick Ross
It is widely understood that human beings are the weakest link in the cybersecurity chain. So it should come as little surprise that in the vast majority of ransomware campaigns, cyber-criminals use social engineering techniques to exploit the individual. A majority of attacks start with a phishing email. For this reason, many organisations are looking for products and services to help mitigate this significant cyber-risk.
In fact, it’s become such a thriving segment of the cybersecurity market that Gartner has created security awareness training magic quadrants to rank vendors and their products. So what do best practice staff training programmes look like?Continue reading