Phishing

Four Myths About Credential Phishing You Can’t Ignore

Four Myths About Credential Phishing You Can’t Ignore When it comes to credential phishing, knowledge is power. We tend to underestimate the impact of phishing on the enterprise and assume our existing defense strategies are sufficient to combat these attacks. To understand phishing means understanding one of the most common methods used by attackers to breach and maneuver within our networks, and to do that we need to dispel a few myths. Read this white paper to learn about phishing tactics and the key steps to building a complete security strategy that protects against credential phishing. Suggested resources for additional research: Analyst Research: IDC Planscape: Deploying Multi-Factor Authentication Customer Journey: Fieldpoint Private …

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Four Myths About Credential Phishing You Can’t Ignore

Security Awareness Deployment Guide – Securely Working at Home

Security Awareness Deployment Guide Securely Working at Home Executive Summary As a result of Coronavirus, many organizations are finding themselves transitioning their workforce to work from home. This can be a challenge as many organizations lack the policies, technology and training to secure a remote workforce. In addition, many employees may be unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the idea of working from home. The purpose of this guide is to enable you to quickly train those people to be secure as possible. If you have any questions on how to use this guide, reach out to us at support@sans.org. Since your workforce is most likely going through a great deal of …

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Security Awareness Deployment Guide Securely Working at Home

Phish Your User In Under a Minute

Phish Your User In Under a Minute There’s a right way and a wrong way to train employees in cyber security awareness. The wrong way approaches training as a once-a-year or semi-annual exercise in which employees are gathered in the break room with snacks and subjected to a long, or sometimes too-brief, PowerPoint presentation. This method treats employees as a passive audience and inadequately engages them. Done wrong, security training feels more like punishment than an opportunity to teach and inspire employees to be active contributors to their organization’s safety and well-being. Download: HOW TO FORTIFY YOUR ORGANIZATION’S LAST LAYER OF SECURITY – YOUR EMPLOYEES

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