Security Awareness & Culture

Cybersecurity requires everyone to be vigilant

Most cyberattacks target people first, using social engineering for phishing, business e-mail compromise (BEC) and the like. Scams of this kind are on the rise. In 2023, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) identified more than 10,000 phishing websites. Technical protective measures are not enough to protect companies from such attacks. It is vital that employees are trained and confident in handling e-mails, websites and IT at work. By nurturing a security culture, everyone will be able to recognise an attack when it happens and know what action to take.

Cyber incidents can be averted in a more targeted manner if employees feel involved in cybersecurity.

In this white paper, you will learn more about:

  • Why people are at the heart of cybersecurity
  • How companies foster security awareness and a security culture
  • The benefits of online training formats for employees
  • Number of pages: 10
  • Recommended for: Business managers/IT professionals
  • Published: 13 May 2024

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