Dear Valued Customer,
Creating a Cyber-resilient Culture
Employees are the first line of cybersecurity defense for organizations and must be prioritized. Focusing on the human element of an organization’s broader cybersecurity strategy is the only way to combat sophisticated phishing and social engineering techniques effectively.
No matter their tech-savviness, people are often duped because cybercriminals use workers’ innate brain functions to trick them into performing risky online behaviors. Organizations must take these steps to cultivate a cyber immune culture:
- Educate the entire organization on cybersecurity basics and roles. Nurturing a strong cybersecurity culture requires clear guidelines and processes.
- Provide frequent and just-in-time training. Humans retain information best when delivered consistently, and it directly relates to an action they have taken.
- Customize training to specific role requirements. Organizations should shape their security awareness training strategies by looking at data that shows how cybercriminals target individuals in different departments and roles.
- Use AI and data analysis for a surgical and targeted approach to high-risk user education. AI assists with the ability to message an individual instantly after a risky behavior is carried out and uses contextual nudges overtime to make sure there is a change in behavior correlated to that specific person.
- Measure and report the results. The ability to effectively measure the efforts and success of security training allows leaders to continue building and strengthening their organization’s cyberculture over time as threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated.
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