Reimagining Security Awareness – Do dos

Reimagining Security Awareness – Do dos

In part two of this series of blogs reporting on our research project to “Reimagine Security Awareness” we feedback on what users told us would make them engage with security awareness training. Whereas part 1 covered the “do nots”, part 2 covers the “do dos”. We can...
Reimagining Security Awareness – Ask the user

Reimagining Security Awareness – Ask the user

Mention the phrase “mandatory training” to almost any employee and they will likely roll their eyes in despair. But security awareness must be part of the cyber defence strategy in any organisation. Truly engaging your employees is a critical element of this strategy....
Return on Awareness

Return on Awareness

Security awareness is, and will remain, a critical part of any security programme. But are companies making the wisest investment of time and money in this area? Legal and professional services firms could be losing thousands of pounds in billable revenue...
As easy as M.A.P.

As easy as M.A.P.

The Security Awareness market has existed in a recognisable form for about ten years now. Until very recently, however, solutions in the market have focussed almost exclusively on “training” users rather than actually changing their behaviour. Perhaps it’s because of...
It’ll never happen to me…

It’ll never happen to me…

We conducted a post phishing-test survey with a client and found that people held some intriguing perceptions… Phishing test-and-train solutions have their limitations, and they should definitely not be viewed as the only option available for providing guidance on...
Email Security Own Goals!

Email Security Own Goals!

With the football World Cup currently underway in Russia, and inevitable news that email fraudsters are seeking to take advantage of the event, it seems an apt time for a blog on email security. Although our topic of interest (email authentication) is a little less...