Most security awareness programs suck. They involve canned video presentations or someone from HR explaining computer use policies.
You receive a strange email. It looks shady. You’re probably being phished – a hacker is attempting to gain access to your enterprise.
In the wake of the disclosure that the NSA has influenced NIST to adopt an encryption standard that includes one random bit generator with a weakness known only to the intelligence agency, NIST has reopened the public comment period for the standard so that the public can analyze and comment on it again.
Coalfire surveyed 400 individuals working in a variety of industries across North America who are not affiliated with their company’s IT department.
An international survey polling 260 respondents from a wide variety of industry sectors has revealed that over half of them are more worried about their own employees turning rogue than about external cyber-threats.