Incidence of Human Error in Cyberattacks

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Incidence of Human Error in Cyberattacks Cybersecurity is everyone's job, but not every workforce is empowered with the skills and working knowledge needed to sustain a culture of security. >75% of organizations have experienced a security incident in the last 12 months, with more than a quarter of those due to employee error or improper data hygiene. TESSIAN When asked about tactics for overcoming the challenges that the talent shortage presents, increasing the level of investment in training was of the highest priority (45%) SPLUNK Safeguard your company with more engaging cybersecurity training Average rating of Cybersecurity courses available from OpenSesame* (average of all cybersecurity-related courses, all-time) Average rating of Cybersecurity courses from OpenSesame Exclusive Publishers* (average of courses reviewed in 2023) 83% 46% 38% of Security leaders say that engaged employees with the right training have the biggest influence on a positive Security Culture. TESSIAN of all cybersecurity incidents involve careless or uniformed staff who inadvertently facilitate the attack. KASPERSKY of employees reported receiving no remote work- related cybersecurity training in the past year ZIPPO To learn more about OpenSesame visit: opensesame.com or call (503) 808-1268.

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