Employee Error Behind Half of Industrial Network Incidents

A new report by Kaspersky shows that employee mistakes are the leading cause of industrial cybersecurity incidents. Last year, 52% of such incidents were the result of human error.
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BYOD Really Means Bring Your Own Risk

A new survey by Nationwide Insurance found that while 83 percent of small businesses let their employees work from home when necessary, one-fifth of these companies don’t provide ...
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Here Are Some Interesting Headlines I Found During Black Hat

Black Hat 2019 - The Craziest, Most Terrifying Things We Saw: I ran into Neil Rubenking when I went to the Qualys party which was in the Foundation Room all the way on top of the ...
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New Survey Uncovers Primary Challenges in Creating A Security Culture

New survey data from security vendor nCipher uncovers why organizations are finding it difficult to engage users to participate willingly in security-minded processes and behaviors.
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KnowBe4 Acquires CLTRe; Shines Spotlight on Security Culture Measurement

I'm happy to announce our acquisition of CLTRe, which we feel demonstrates the importance of managing the human risk. We’re excited to welcome Kai and the CLTRe team to the KnowBe4 family ...
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