Weakest Link - Why People Are Your Network's Greatest Vulnerability

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Download Right now, employees all over the world are woefully unprepared to handle the onslaught of social engineering attacks they're faced with. They're too busy, uninformed, and unsuspecting to identify even the most basic of phishing emails, and that needs to change.

In this white paper, we explore why people are the biggest vulnerability for most organizations, and whether it's possible to 'patch' this vulnerability. After reviewing this white paper, security leaders will understand:

How and why employees WILL be exposed to social engineering attacks
Exactly why employees are such a security flaw in most organizations
The main types of spear phish, and how/why they're effective
How to turn employees into security assets instead of liabilities.

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