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Company Size:
201-500 employees
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Clearwater, FL
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s most popular integrated new school security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, is used by more than 9,500 organizations worldwide. Founded by data and IT security expert Stu Sjouwerman, KnowBe4 helps organizations address the human element of s ...
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75% of Users Don’t Know Cyber Security Best Practices
New data from MediaPRO’s third annual State of Privacy and Security Awareness Report shows users are less prepared this year to address the risk of cyberthreat.
CEOs and Boards are Unprepared for Cyber Risk
Deloitte’s CEO and Board Risk Management Survey shows organizations are unprepared for the future of cyberattack at the highest levels.
212 Million Exposed Contacts Would Be a Scammer’s Dream
A recent discovery of exposed data on a web-facing server owned by data aggregator and analytics provider Apollo demonstrates how data breaches empower scammers.
UK publishers warn of global phishing scams targeting manuscripts
A succession of global phishing scams targeting publishers and agents has prompted responses from several global publishers, reports the Bookseller.
Three Out of Ten People Would Fall for Impersonation Scams
Phony police calls in the US have been telling people they need to pay a fine for missing jury duty. In the UK the scams take a different form: the bogus police are asking for the victims' help, or are advising the victims on how to avoid being trapped by fraud.
On Facebook, Make Sure They Are Who They Say They Are Before You become Friends
You receive a message apparently from a Facebook friend telling you they received another friend request from you. They go on to diagnose the "situation," tell you that you’ve been hacked, and they offer advice on what to do to remedy the problem. Generally you're asked to forward the warning to all of your other "Friends." Don't. It's like a chain letter, nothing but a hoax. When it comes to Facebook friends offering advice on how to remedy perceived hacks, you probably should ...
A trio of wealthy Russians made an enemy of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Now they’re all dead
The Wall Street Journal just came out with a rather chilling tale.
Clueless: 64% of Working Adults Don’t Know What Ransomware Is
Ransomware is one of the new scourges of the net and every IT pro is fighting to protect users from attacks. However, a new study shows that the majority of working adults don’t know what ransomware is.
Organizations Need to Prepare for the Aftermath of Phishing Attacks
Phishing campaigns are growing more sophisticated as industries become increasingly aware of the threat they pose. Some of these attacks are so clever and meticulously crafted that many will inevitably succeed. But when the crooks phish, what are they phishing for? Usually credentials, of course, but why do they want them?
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