According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, 86% of business executives expressed concern about cyber threats and lack of data security.
When developing cybersecurity programs, many businesses focus on protecting their infrastructure perimeter and device endpoints. But it’s also important to consider what happens when a threat bypasses perimeter defenses and targets an employee in the form of a malicious email or text.
Stronger cybersecurity has become a global priority as hackers penetrate IT infrastructures with increasing frequency and sophistication. Educating employees on what it takes to protect proprietary documents and data is critical. Any data leaks—whether intentional or unintentional—could potentially damage your bottom line and your industry reputation. It only takes one incident to destroy the goodwill you worked so hard to establish.
With this free guide,
you will learn:
- How to educate employees on cybersecurity
- Physical security precautions
- Email threats
- Username and password management
- Mobile security
- Secure website browsing