Data Privacy Awareness training is critical to helping employees survive the myriad security and privacy challenges they face.
Your employees are focused on the job you hired them to do and when faced with to-do lists, distractions, and pressure to get things done quickly, cognitive loads become overwhelming and mistakes can happen.
Stepping users through security awareness training is a must that you simply cannot afford to neglect.
Phishing attackers pose as people or organizations you trust to easily deceive you. Criminals of this nature try to coax you into handing over access to sensitive data or provide the data itself.
Brute force attacks work through all the possibilities for your password until they guess correctly. These attacks take some time but have become rapid as computer speeds continue to improve.
Hackers even hijack other devices like yours via malware infections to speed up the process. If your password is weak, it might only take a few seconds to crack it.
Your device’s operating system, software, hardware, or the network and servers you’re connected to can have security flaws.
These gaps in protection are sought out by criminals as the perfect place to shove malware into.
Spyware specifically is ideal for stealing private data while being completely undetected. You might not find this infection until it’s too late.