One of our latest videos is a reminder to everyone to keep your software updated. Once a software is launched small errors and bugs get reported and fixed via patches issued by the vendor, resulting in an update reminder on our screen. The right course of action would of course be to say yes to the update. So why don’t we do it?
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In and of themselves, phishing simulations don’t raise awareness. Neither does forcing those who “failed” to sit through a lecture or long videos on cyber security. Phishing simulations, however, do give companies an indication of where they’re at awareness wise. An awareness score, if you will. But it only applies to the kind of phishing that was tested in the simulation. What it doesn’t tell you is…
This June we published a new video to remind employees to always double check account numbers when paying out invoices. We have a good reason to focus on cyber security awareness for finance divisions as we have heard multiple first-hand accounts of fraudsters sending out bogus invoices.
When carrying laptops or portable drives employees must always be aware of data safety. That’s why one of AwareGO’s latest awareness training videos is a reminder not to leave items containing private data in the car.
Ransomware attacks seem be everywhere and it seems like there’s a new and nastier version out every day. But it is possible to prevent ransomware from getting onto your network in the first place.
Check out our Top 10 list of Security Awareness Topics – the kinds of things everyone in your organisation needs to be aware of today!
Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details by disguising as a trustworthy entity.
A few simple security behaviors could make all the difference when it comes to prevent tailgating.