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When your users save passwords in the browser, it makes it easy for the bad guys to hack into your network.
Once hackers gain access, they can steal usernames and passwords to any accounts saved in browsers. With 50% of employees using the same password for work and personal accounts, this makes the risk of credential theft and account takeovers even greater!
Did you know that phishing is still the #1 threat action and is used in social media related attacks?
Many of your users are active on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. The bad guys use these platforms to scrape profile information of your users and organisation to create highly targeted spear phishing campaigns in an attempt to hijack accounts, damage your organisation’s reputation, or gain access to your network.
Did you know 48% of cyber security breaches are NOT preventable by strong multi-factor authentication?
You know the benefits of how multi-factor authentication (MFA) can decrease your cyber security risk, and certainly is a much stronger defence compared to using traditional passwords alone.
Did you know that 60% of spoofed email attacks do not include a malicious link or attachment?
When crafted well, most users are likely to fall victim to a highly targeted social engineering attack.
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Did you know that email is still the #1 attack vector used by the bad guys?
Did you know that 91% of successful data breaches started with a spear phishing attack?
Many IT pros don’t exactly know where to start when it comes to creating a security awareness program that will work for their organisation.
Wouldn't it be great if your users had a way to "roll back time" when they forgot to think before they click on a bad link? Now they can!