Even with organisations allocating more time and money towards tackling human cyber risk, employee-related security incidents continued to plague businesses in 2022. But why was that?
Simply put, many businesses just aren’t doing enough to combat evolving threats. With cybercriminals using more advanced techniques to exploit humans, the traditional route of once-per-year security awareness training just isn’t enough to protect today’s businesses from the loss of sensitive information, reputational damage and financial repercussions.
Good news is, the solution to user-focused security has also evolved in recent years through the introduction of Human Risk Management (HRM), offering a much more robust level of protection for businesses of all sizes and sectors.
In this guide we will cover: