Security Awareness Training and Internal Threats-Information News
June 07, 2016
SearchCloudSecurity talks with Frank Abagnale of Catch Me If You Can fame about the dangers of cybercrime and his work with the FBI as well as a new security startup.
March 02, 2016
Sophos' James Lyne warns that cybercriminals are becoming more effective, thanks to document-based malware and advanced social engineering techniques.
September 25, 2015
News roundup: More fingerprint records were stolen during the OPM breach than originally reported. Plus: the $1 million iOS bounty; DHS CISO calls for harsher phishing policies; Safe Harbor in hot water.
August 27, 2015
A new report breaks down the potential costs associated with a phishing breach and claims that phishing training could cut those costs by as much as $1.8 million.
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An effective security awareness training program can make a significant difference in enterprises security. Expert Mike O. Villegas discusses what makes a good program. Continue Reading
Social engineering is an attack vector that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking normal security procedures. Continue Reading
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Some universities use a security pledge so that students commit to good cybersecurity practices. Mike O. Villegas discusses whether this might work for enterprise employees. Continue Reading
Internal firewalls are on the market, but how do they differ from traditional firewalls? Expert Kevin Beaver explains the benefits and drawbacks. Continue Reading
Phishing attacks are adopting new functionality to avoid detection, including the use of proxy programs to simplify the attack process. Learn how to defend against this type of risk. Continue Reading
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Traditional security testing is always recommended, but what about cyberwar games? Expert Mike O. Villegas discusses the best ways to test a security program. Continue Reading
Do we really have a good idea of how big a problem insider attacks are? A global data scientist, who is focused on fraud and money laundering, ponders the numbers. Continue Reading
Social engineering scams are abundant, proper preparation and training is key to avoiding the danger. Expert David Sherry discusses social engineering basics and explains how to keep employees out of harm's way. Continue Reading
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A new global email scam has cost enterprises millions. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against man-in-the-email attacks with proper training and little technology. Continue Reading
Most insider attacks to enterprises are accidental, not intentional. SANS Faculty Senior Fellow Eric Cole, Ph.D., explains why security awareness training isn't enough to stop these threats. Continue Reading
While shortened URLs are convenient and space-saving, they can potentially lead users to malicious websites. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to avoid the threat. Continue Reading