Not Safe for Work: Cybersecurity Training for Employees

Waters looks at some ways to encourage employees to report potential threats and get them to read IT policies.


Employees are the most vulnerable part of an organization and unfortunately, many of the most egregious data breaches in recent years were made possible because of humans falling prey to phishing social engineering attacks.

From the Bangladesh-New York Federal Reserve brouhaha to the recent breaches into the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the inability of financial institutions to keep data safe has been in the news. All of this attention makes cybersecurity training more important than

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