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Fascinating Takeaways from the Verizon Data Breach Report

Verizon recently published the 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). The DBIR is a respected source for insights on on cyberthreats plaguing businesses. This latest version of the report is the most comprehensive to date, using data provided by 73 sources from 86 countries, including 41,686 reported security incidents and 2,013 data breaches.

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4 Traits of Highly Effective Security Awareness Training

Most of the cybersecurity statistics you’ll read about are gloom and doom. The websites and reports aggregating this information may include adjectives such as “terrifying,” “alarming,” or “scary” to get their point across: The digital world is a risky landscape.

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Why You Should Take Another Look at DOJ Cybersecurity Best Practices

The jaw-dropping data breaches of the past decade—Equifax, First American, and Yahoo, to name a few—would seemingly have numbed the business world’s consciousness to such massive incidents. But then, something happens that puts IT departments and compliance professionals back on edge …

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What You Can Learn from 3 Recent Corporate Compliance Failures

Just when you thought things were getting better, two recent statistics underscore why being proactive with online compliance training remains so important to today’s organizations:

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Common Employee Errors to Fix in Your Security Awareness Training

The idea of data breaches, ransomware, phishing attacks, and other digital criminal activity may conjure images of hackers or organized cybergangs hell-bent on penetrating an organization’s systems. The underlying truth is not always as sinister, but it is just as disconcerting.

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How to Prevent a Data Breach with Behavioral Data

Rank-and-file employees are often the first line of defense between the sensitive company and customer data an organization is handling and the bad guys trying to breach that data. And occasionally, an employee screws up that defense … badly.

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[Infographic] Cybersecurity: A People Problem

The ability for organizations to rebound after a data breach is becoming harder and harder. Cybercriminals continually update their techniques, but the majority of their success depends on you and your employees. Most threats stem from internal carelessness, and to prevent data breaches from damaging your organization; it's critical that you take steps to educate employees.

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