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Founded:
2008
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Pittsburgh, PA; USA
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At Wombat Security, our mission is to deliver software-based cyber security awareness and training solutions that help your employees understand the risks associated with poor cyber hygiene and subsequently change their behaviors to strengthen your organization’s security posture. Our Continuous T ...
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The Rising Threat of Ransomware
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Lack of Security Awareness Playing a Key Role in Ransomware Attacks
The CyberEdge Group released its fourth annual Cyberthreat Defense Report earlier this month, and it should come as no surprise that ransomware was a central topic of the study. It should also come as no surprise that the news isn’t very good.
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The Real Bracket Buster? Scammers Who Steal Your Data (and Your Dough).
For fans of NCAA Men’s Basketball, there may be no surer sign of spring than Selection Sunday. Now that the matchups have been (mostly) set, the madness of March can begin — cue the filling out of brackets, the search for this year’s Cinderella teams, and the wondering of whether this will finally be the moment a 16 seed topples a conference favorite (however unlikely that may be). If you are a member of bracket nation, consider this piece of advice: Whether you are ...
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Wombat to Debut New Awareness Video Campaign Theme at SXSW
Will you be in Austin, TX, over the coming week to attend SXSW 2017? If so, stop by to see us — and our new Awareness Video Campaign, “Don’t Let Thieves In” — in booth #410 at the Austin Convention Center from March 12 through March 14. We first announced the addition of Awareness Video Campaigns to our Security Awareness Materials portfolio last month at RSA, where we unveiled our “Great Saves” theme. The terrific response prompted us t ...
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Worst Passwords of 2016: Same Story, Different Year
Outside of locks and keys (which become more antiquated by the minute), perhaps the most basic of all security safeguards is a password. Unfortunately, it seems that “basic” is as far as many people are going in constructing the passwords that are in place to keep very private — and very valuable — data safe. We reviewed SplashData’s 2015 edition of its “Worst Passwords List” last year…and it seems not much has changed with its 2016 ta ...
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‘State of Security Education’ Looks at End-User Risk in Healthcare
It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is increasingly under attack. As infosec teams work to implement technical safeguards to protect sensitive patient data and mission-critical systems, end-user risk management can sometimes take a back seat. Our new State of Security Education: Healthcare report highlights the end-user knowledge gaps that are impacting healthcare security postures and provides insights security managers can use in planning and executing an effective sec ...
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Ransomware Roundup: February 2017
Our newest segment brings you the latest in ransomware statistics and attacks from the wild.
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Wombat Vlog: Avoiding Tax-Related Phishing Scams
Check out and share our latest vlog post and infographic, in which we offer advice about how to avoid becoming a victim of tax fraud.
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The Latest in Phishing: First of 2017
We bring you the latest in phishing statistics and attacks from the wild.
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Why You Should Celebrate National Clean Out Your Computer Day
National Clean Out Your Computer Day has been recognized on the second Monday in February since 2000. It’s unlikely you’ll find a Hallmark card for it (though I guess you never know), but you should take some time to embrace the practical — and cybersecurity — benefits to reducing your digital footprint.
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Download the State of the Phish Report
This report is compiled data from tens of millions of simulated phishing attacks sent through Wombat’s Security Education platform over a 12 month period, as well as an extensive survey of our database of infosec professionals. The report also includes survey data from thousands of end users in the UK and US that measured their knowledge and behavior around phishing and ransomware.In this report: Direct feedback from infosec professionals on the latest phishing exploits and vulnerabilities in ...

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