“90% of all successful cyber-attacks succeed through human error.”
Many organizations already recognize the need to provide information security training to all staff. But how can we ensure this training moves beyond ‘tick-box’ tedium and truly engages our people, helping to develop and sustain resilient behaviours?
Research has always told us that we all learn in different ways. At AXELOS Global Best Practice, we believe effective information security training for all staff must be compelling, relevant, timely and inspiring. In providing the simple, practical advice we all need there are key areas that we need to get right:
- Frequency and timing
- Culture and incentives
You can find out more by downloading two papers from the following publications. The first, written by Nick Wilding, AXELOS’ General Manager of Cyber Resilience, was recently awarded first runner-up in the Business Information Review’s best paper prize 2017. The editors of BIR commended the paper for the way in which it "pushed-forward the debate around cyber-security with its concept of cyber resilience but did so in a clear, accessible, and engaging way" making it "essential reading for anyone involved in information security issues".
Business Information Review
Managing Cybersecurity Risk: How Directors and Corporate Offices Can Protect their Businesses
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