Apparently, the science is settled in favor of it. You wouldn’t want to be a science denier, would you?
Consider this an FYI announcement that next week, I’ll be driving, and driving, and driving, to the next stop in the adventure, Baton Rouge, La. So while I have some things scheduled for my various blogs during the week, I … Continued
If you’ve ever been in one of my training classes, it’s likely you’ve heard a story or two about how badly you can get burned when you agree to search terms without testing them. My favorite story that I like … Continued
These tips are good. If you are setting up your own training room, I’d absolutely go through this list and make the room as easy as possible for the students. If you do customer training, however, many of these things … Continued
The Pew Research Center conducted a survey to discover what Americans know about personal cybersecurity. The results are troubling. Most people know very little which makes them vulnerable when they go online. This has a lot to do with why ransomware … Continued
I’m amazed at how often this actually happens. Companies do not train their managers to recruit, and many managers are horrible at dealing with people during that process. When we’re job-hunting, we can easily start to believe that if we … Continued
1. Users are the weak link in the chain Lack of training/awareness about phishing and ransomware is the number one reason these attacks are so successful. According to the research, 6% of users have never received security awareness training, … Continued