Redefining Security Awareness

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how to measure security behaviours and culture within your organisation.

how to use these metrics to improve your security posture.

what your peers and the market are doing in their approach to security awareness training now that we are all predominantly working from home.

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It’s not what your staff know... it’s what they do!

The Benefits

To understand how you can take employee security ‘awareness’ from security knowledge to secure behaviours and how best to develop a robust security culture, download your copy of the CLTRe ‘Security Culture Report 2020’.

You'll discover how your industry sector compares with 1107 organisations surveyed across 24 countries in 2020. 

Saepio and KnowBe4 are holding an exclusive invite-only virtual event on Thursday 28th January from 4.00 – 5.30 p.m. where we’ll be combining thoughts on how to build security culture and positively influence the security behaviours of your staff with an interactive cocktail making session guided by an expert mixologist. 

If you’re on a health kick following the holiday festivities, please don’t worry we’ve got some great non-alcoholic alternatives available, and there will also be some breakout sessions scheduled for you to collaborate with your peers.

Places are limited, so if you’d like to register your interest, please submit your details and one of our advisors will be in contact.

The Challenges of Creating a Robust Security Culture

Blog by Claire Harratt

>    How can I define security culture?
>    How do I measure it?
>    How do I create/enhance it?
>    How do I approach this when most people are now working from home?

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91% of cyberattacks and the resulting data breach begin with a spear phishing email.

91%

97% of malware is trying to trick a user through some form of social engineering scheme. ONLY 3% of malware tries to exploit a technical flaw. 

97%

60%

60% of spoofed email attacks DO NOT include a malicious link or attachment

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There is no doubt that creating a robust security culture within your organisation can lead to a reduced risk of cyberattack, but where do you start?

A research study conducted by Forrester and commissioned by KnowBe4 concluded...

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How to build security culture and positively influence the security behaviours of your staff

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