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Employees are Cyber Secure in Theory, But Not in Practice
Across the world, cybersecurity has moved from the shadows to center stage, due to increasing malware attacks and the soaring cost of resultant damages [predicted to rise to $6 trillion annually by 2021]. It’s no surprise therefore that Forbes predicts that cybersecurity is a top business priority in 2019 across organizations: “In 2019, cybersecurity concerns will be a major topic in the boardroom and executive offices of every significant enterprise.” Apart from technology that helps secure the organization from cybercrime, attention is being drawn to the crucial human element in keeping the organization safe. Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Report puts human error as the cause of one in five breaches. According to Wombat Security’s State of the Phish, 83% of businesses reported being a victim of a phishing attack in 2018. An employee can be an organization’s weakest link or its strongest defense against cybercrime.
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