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Regular User Training Most Effective Security Antidote

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Social engineering remains the top vulnerability organizations face because humans remain the easiest way to access networks or databases, says Stu Sjouwerman, Founder and CEO of KnowBe4. Regular training sessions coupled with creation of a "human firewall" remain the most effective protections against social engineering and phishing, he adds.

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7/15/2020 | 7:48:53 AM
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I agree.  Regular training of employees on security will be one of the major key. 3cre.com/
mikemasters
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1/28/2020 | 12:26:49 AM
Re: carpet cleaners
That makes two of us! Really good article IMO
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