Of the organizations reported to have been affected in that data, 44% of them stated that they would be allocating a good portion of that IT budget to one area of cybersecurity that’s as imperative as the rest: cybersecurity awareness training. Here’s why.
Human error is usually one of the biggest gaps in cybersecurity best practices.
We’re all human, and we all make mistakes, so it’s unfair to expect every single user to flawlessly tip-toe their way through something as complex and as sophisticated as the cybercrime landscape. Cybersecurity awareness training is designed to educate you and your employees about dangerous web content, emails, and security risks and how to dodge making easy-to-avoid mistakes that could compromise your business’s safety.
Unfortunately, what works today might not have worked yesterday and might not work tomorrow. The nature of cybercrime is an ever-changing one, and the best cybersecurity awareness training is one that accounts for that. Blue Layer training utilizes real examples and real scenarios to help your employees recognize and avoid malicious content, thus becoming an impenetrable human firewall.
Blue Layer Named #220 on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Regionals: Texas List
Inc. Magazine has revealed that Blue Layer is No. 220 on its second annual Inc. 5000 Regionals: Texas list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing, Texas-based private companies. Born of the annual Inc. 5000 franchise, this regional...