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Quick Fact: 50% think implementing a cyber resilience strategy is “important,” with 40% stating it’s “crucial.” Unfortunately, only 27% have adopted a complete cyber resilience strategy.
 
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  • Increase protection and security program coverage
  • Significantly reduce risk of cyber threat
  • Minimize the impact of cyberattacks on employee and business productivity
  • Maximize confidence and trust with customers, partners, and employees
 

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-59% of organizations will suffer a negative business impact from an email-borne attack this year
-Only 11% of organizations continuously train employees on how to spot cyberattacks.
-the number of organizations hit by an attack where malicious activity was spread from one infected user to other employees via email is 61%
 

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Users with the organisation is the weakest link. They need to be trained and made aware of phising attempts and others such as social engineering and not click on just any link in an email as it my compromise their system and ntework.
 

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Ransomware attacks are becoming more sophisticated and cybersecurity professionals are taking action. With the right tools, you can prevent, detect and respond quickly to ransomware attacks threatening your organization
 

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  • Increase protection and security program coverage
  • Significantly reduce risk of cyber threat
  • Minimize the impact of cyberattacks on employee and business productivity
  • Maximize confidence and trust with customers, partners, and employees
 

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Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. Casual mistakes happen all the time and lead to career-limiting financial and intellectual property loss. With the right materials, your employees can overcome the evolving cyber threat landscape.

Your free kit includes entertaining, digestible material that covers:
  • Inadvertent Data Leaks
  • Ransomware
  • Wire Transfer Fraud
  • Vishing
  • Public WiFi Risks
Circulate this kit throughout your organization and give your employees the information they need to make the best cybersecurity decisions
 

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We partnered with Mimecast to promote its free State of Email Security Report. You can win an Amazon Echo Dot and a mystery gadget. To enter:
  • Click on the Mimecast banner shown on the top of this forum (mobile link here).
  • Tell us what you find interesting about the State of Email Security Report.
  • One entry per member
The giveaway will end on Wednesday 1 May and standard competition rules apply.
 

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Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. Casual mistakes happen all the time and lead to career-limiting financial and intellectual property loss. With the right materials, your employees can overcome the evolving cyber threat landscape.

Your free kit includes entertaining, digestible material that covers:

Inadvertent Data Leaks
Ransomware
Wire Transfer Fraud
Vishing
Public WiFi Risks
 

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Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. Casual mistakes happen all the time and lead to career-limiting financial and intellectual property loss. With the right materials, your employees can overcome the evolving cyber threat landscape.

Your free kit includes entertaining, digestible material that covers:
  • Inadvertent Data Leaks
  • Ransomware
  • Wire Transfer Fraud
  • Vishing
  • Public WiFi Risks
 

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Your free kit includes entertaining, digestible material that covers:
  • Inadvertent Data Leaks
  • Ransomware
  • Wire Transfer Fraud
  • Vishing
  • Public WiFi Risks
 
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Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. Casual mistakes happen all the time and lead to career-limiting financial and intellectual property loss. With the right materials, your employees can overcome the evolving cyber threat landscape.
 
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