Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. But humans are maddeningly careless and resistant to change. Employees’ casual mistakes lead to disaster all the time — and cost people their jobs. To change security culture effectively, employees have to know what to do, care enough to improve, and then do what’s right when it matters.
From ransomware and phishing to unattended laptops and CEO fraud, the threats are many and they are real. There are plenty of bad actors ready to take advantage of your employees’ mistakes. Even when mistakes are not being engineered and leveraged by malicious outsiders, poor cyber habits can lead to difficult and costly situations for you and your team. Your employees are frequently exposed to sophisticated social engineering attacks. It is time for a comprehensive approach to effectively manage this problem, managed by people with a technical background.