It’s that time of year again. No, it’s not the arrival of the pumpkin spiced latte at your local coffee shop. It’s National Cyber Security Awareness month (NCSAM) as proclaimed by President Barack Obama last year. “National Cyber Security Awareness Month — celebrated every October — was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online,” as stated by the National Cyber Security Alliance located on their StaySafeOnline.org website. At PhishMe, we are proud to once again play a lead role in the cyber security community as a 2015 NCSAM “Champion” sponsor.
As part of our global initiative this year, we have decided to take on an international approach to cyber security awareness by being a main contributing sponsor at the Security Serious week-long event taking place in Europe from October 26th—30th. The event is devoted to those businesses that make cyber security a critical part of their everyday business. Security Serious is also an opportunity for businesses who want to share their IT security experiences. Learn more on how PhishMe is trying to change user behavior by attending our free webinar on October 27th, “Humans – the weakest link or your greatest asset?” with Jeffrey Rogers, VP of Customer Success at PhishMe.
We have developed a number of free and readily available resources to help you better understand the positive effects that effectively trained users can have on your business such as informative videos, whitepapers, and webinars…..oh and some fun infographics. These assets focus on organizations looking to learn more about how to protect themselves from phishing scams and trying to change their users’ behavior with more effective employee security training tools and programs.
- Videos – Video library of best practices as well as an informative video interview with the CEO from PhishMe.
- Webinars – Extensive collection of web-based on-demand training and seminars highlighting cyber security.
- Whitepapers and Brochures – Wide-ranging archive of research papers, reports and cyber security awareness training.
- Infographics – Fun visual look at high-level cyber security data.
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