User security awareness, typically a component of a company’s security policy, includes educating and testing employees to help protect your business against cybercrimes, including phishing and other social-engineering attacks.
In today’s complicated threat landscape, every employee must be responsible for email security. Just one mistake by one employee, clicking on one link in one email, could result in fraud, a data breech, huge costs, and damage to your company’s reputation.
Phishing, an extremely common form of email attack, is particularly dangerous because it relies on human behavior. Phishing emails usually contain a link or attachment that can install malware or a link to a website that lures users into providing information that can later be used for identity or data theft.
User security awareness training helps every employee in your organization recognize, avoid, and report potential threats that can compromise critical data and systems, including phishing, malware, ransomware, and spyware. As part of the training, mock phishing and other attack simulations are typically used to test and reinforce good behavior.
User security awareness training provides employees with the information they need to understand the dangers of social engineering, detect potential attacks, and take the appropriate actions to protect your business with security best practices.
User security awareness training helps protect your business against phishing and other social-engineering attacks that can slip through the security gateway. These evolving and sophisticated attack techniques, designed to fool employees, put your business at risk for data loss, financial fraud, and embarrassing exposure. User security awareness training helps transform employees from potential attack victims into a layer of defense for your business.
- White Paper: Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud
- White Paper: Comprehensive Email Protection
How Barracuda Can Help
Barracuda PhishLine helps your business fight phishing and other social-engineering attacks by providing users with continuous simulation and training to understand the latest attack techniques, recognize subtle clues, and help stop email fraud, data loss, and brand damage.
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