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Defend against Cyberattacks with Social Engineering

Cyber-adversaries are using more and more sophisticated technology and social engineering techniques to scale up and launch targeted attacks on organizations. Across organizations, the human layer often acts as the entry point for advanced ransomware attacks. With the growing number of cyberattacks, organizations have no choice but to level up their security game.

However, too many organizations overlook or pay little attention to strengthening the human layer. Organizations can prevent most breaches by improving the human element, making employee security awareness training (SAT) crucial in reducing cyber incidents.

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Download this white paper to discover:

  • Why employee security awareness training (SAT) is crucial
  • Why most SAT programs are ineffective
  • The ingredients of a successful SAT program
  • PhishFirewall’s AI-driven anti-phishing platform
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