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KnowBe4 Fresh Content Update & New Features July 2018

Check out the new features and training content in the KnowBe4 platform for July!
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Gmail's Problematic Confidential Mode

Some technical security measures may seem to promise more security than they actually deliver. It's good to understand their limitations, and to make employees aware of those same ...
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Why Don’t Your Employees Care About Cyber Security?

Whether you realize or not, your employees are a critical part of your layered defense against phishing attacks, malware, ransomware, and more. So why aren’t they concerned?
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Why Using Brands Is An Essential Element Of Phishing Simulations

It's clear to everyone that company's brand is a valuable property. Often hundreds of millions of dollars were used to create the brand over decades. It creates instant recognition and ...
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Emotet Phishing Epidemic: Infections Costing Orgs Up to $1 Million Per Incident

US-CERT alert sounds the alarm on Emotet, one of the most costly and destructive malware strains currently active.
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Yes, Google's Security Key Is Hackable

Here is an article by Roger Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4 Ever since Google told the world that none of its 85,000 employees had been successfully hacked ...
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Hostage crisis? Ransomware is a threat that demands disaster planning

According to new research from Marshall University on considering the growing threat of ransomware in healthcare, organizations need to plan for the day their data become hostages.
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Beware of Free Gift Card Phishing Scams

People can’t resist the lure of free stuff. Cyber criminals know this and are always looking for ways to make a quick effortless buck. Put these two together and you have the perfect ...
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Think Your Organization Can’t Get Infested with RATs? Think Again.

The recent arrest of 21-year old software developer Colton Grubbs brings light to just how easy it is for wanna-be cybercriminals to get their hands on some pretty powerful malware tools.
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