Owning your company’s digital footprint

Your organisation’s credentials are out there for all to see. Marketing messages, business statements, company information and everything written, posted or downloaded leaves a permanent trace in cyberspace. This is your organisation’s digital footprint. It is your online identity, made up of your unique set of traceable online activities, communications and information. Everything that goes […]

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5 security awareness lessons to take away from 2018

What lessons can we learn from the past year and how can they inform our security awareness strategies going forward…?

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3 types of insider threat and what to do about them

Many companies take careful measures to protect their critical assets from external risks, but they often remain vulnerable to insider threats. The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), 2018, shows that 73% of cyber attacks were perpetrated by outsiders, such as organised criminal groups. However, this means that more than a quarter of all […]

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5 ways to improve your high risk users campaign

High risk users (HRUs) hold the critical ‘keys to the kingdom’ of any organisation and, as such, represent a cybersecurity risk that no CISO should overlook. Their privileged credentials make them a prime target. If their details were compromised, they could give a cybercriminal unparalleled access to your company’s most sensitive information. As the cybersecurity […]

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A CISO’s guide to: Baseline Behavioural Research

Changing everyone’s behaviour can be done ‘Know thy enemy’ is a mantra often on the lips of the threat-aware CISO. But knowing your friends can be even more critical. Staff can be your human firewall or your hidden vulnerability. You need to know what makes them tick. Social psychologists might say we are best viewed […]

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Why do employees avoid reading policies?

To read or not to read, that is the question. So, what is the answer? Well, it often depends on who you ask. For the policymakers and leaders of an organisation, the answer is an emphatic ’read’. But, on asking an employee whether they have read the company policies, the answer is more likely to […]

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