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The KnowBe4 User Conference Was A Blast! Here Are Some Quick Impressions

The first KB4-CON 2018 in Orlando was super fun. Customers and Partners that attended walked up to me and said they loved it. Often they said it was the best conference they had been to ...
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Scam Of The Week: GDPR Phishing Attack With Apple Flavor / Royal Wedding

Social engineering follows seasonal patterns. It's also connected to major events. We see this every year with holiday-themed phishing attacks between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day.
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Phishing and pretexting represent 93% of social attack-based breaches

A good article in Forbes that takes another dive into the new 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.
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11 Ways to Defeat Two-Factor Authentication [LIVE WEBINAR]

  Everyone knows that two-factor authentication (2FA) is more secure than a simple login name and password, but too many people think that 2FA is a perfect, unhackable solution. It isn't! ...
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KnowBe4 Ranks Top Cybersecurity Training Solutions, 2018 Black Book Market Research User Survey

KnowBe4 was rated highest in Cybersecurity Training & Education Solutions by survey respondents for the second consecutive year. TAMPA, Fla., May 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Black Book ...
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KnowBe4 Adds ThinkHR Training Modules to ModStore

We are delighted to partner with ThinkHR to help us expand our content library to include training modules to address a variety of HR concerns. KnowBe4’s scope of training materials has ...
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What Is The Reason Why The Ransomware Threat Is Not Going Away Any Time Soon?

It's KnowBe4's general policy to not mix business with politics or religion. However, sometimes geopolitics—which focuses on political power in relation to geographic space—is the only ...
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[Heads-up] New Attack Blindsides Microsoft Office 365 Anti-Phishing Filter And Blacklists

Phishers have found a way of moving the malicious URLs in their emails past Office 365's protections. The security company Avanan says they've observed criminals using a tag in the ...
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