An alarming 43% of employees have made mistakes with cybersecurity repercussions for themselves or their company. How can firms mitigate this risk?
Did you know that 43% of UK and US employees have made mistakes that have had in cybersecurity repercussions for themselves or their company? That’s according to Tessian's latest report, The Psychology of Human Error, which reveals employees admit to accidentally clicking on links in phishing emails and sending information to the wrong person.
While these mistakes may seem trivial on the surface, phishing is the number one threat vector in use today and one in five companies told us they have lost customers as a result of an employee sending an email to the wrong person. So, far from red-faced embarrassment, these mistakes are compromisi
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