The ICO is not messing around. Within the span of just two days, the regulator has announced its intent to hand out fines of £183m and £99m to British Airways and Marriott Hotels respectively.
If you’ve read our article on the role of human error in cyber security breaches, you’ll know that human error is the leading cause of over 90% of breaches. That’s a frightening statistic, but also a highly useful one.
There are many different standards and regulations that require organisations to have information security awareness and education programs.
On Monday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency confirmed that photos of up to a 100,000 travellers have been exposed in a data breach.
Social engineering was and still remains a dangerous threat to companies. But what is it that makes these social engineering attacks so successful?
With over 90% of all cyber security breaches coming as a result of human error, it's safe to say that mistakes in the workplace can be more than costly.
In a world riddled with cyber threats, any added layer of protection and authentication is far too important to overlook. So, what is the best way to effectively authorise your employees?
There's a big misconception that cyber criminals wouldn't waste their time on smaller businesses. Here's why that couldn't be further from the truth.
Businesses have turned their attention to SAT for their employees. The need for a strong security culture is more in demand than ever.
Firewalls, anti-malware, network security - you can have all the perimeter technology in the world, but without prioritising security awareness training, your employees will still hand over the keys to the kingdom.
In our working days, it can be difficult to fully concentrate on tasks 100% of the time, especially when churning through a backlog of emails.