Utilizing security awareness training and phishing security tests can be a useful and effective tool to reduce unintentional insider threats. However, if robust metrics are not put in place to effectively gauge the click rate patterns from a human landscape perspective, phishing tests can create organizational social engineering blind spots. Meaningful phishing assessment metrics should go beyond the click rate, and understand human patterns relative to their job and work environment.
As healthcare becomes more digitized and the threat landscape evolves, investing in security solutions that protect valuable data and ensure infrastructure performance is vital to maintaining continuity of care.
Employees are a critical part of an organization’s defense against many IT security threats. Just as having the correct technology solutions is important, training personnel to recognize security threats is a critical part of any security strategy. As part of that strategy, organizations must consider both the content and the training methods. Training that does not engage employees or provide for continuous learning and reinforcement is not sufficient to truly make employees more security aware.
This study represents the findings based on 125 respondents. Find out how this diverse group of participants rated high-level IT security concerns including security breaches, security awareness, implementation of mitigation techniques and future security strategy investments.
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