The number of scams and social engineering schemes employees can fall victim to is only limited by an attacker’s imagination. Spoofing emails, domains, phone numbers, even live personalities are all very real and growing threats to organizations today.
Educating employees and ensuring their ability to identify potential attacks is the first line of defense when it comes to protecting an organization and its assets. But how can organizations ensure employees are prepared, regardless of the attack vector, and avoid a security training rut?
This white paper highlights potential downfalls when it comes to security training programs and strategies organizations can implement to ensure employees are not only educated about current threats but prepared to identify and respond to attacks.