BT | June 2015

Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading

97% of People Globally Unable to Correctly Identify Phishing Emails

Intel Security released the findings of their phishing quiz which tested consumer knowledge of, and ability to detect, phishing emails. The quiz presented 10 emails compiled by Intel Security and asked respondents to identify which of the emails were phishing attempts designed to steal personal information and which were legitimate. Only 3% were able to identify every example correctly and 80% of all respondents misidentified at least one of the phishing emails, which is all it takes to fall victim to an attack.

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Cyber Security Literacy for Boards and Executives

One of the biggest challenges facing security leaders is effectively communicating the value of information security up to boards and executives. You need to help them become more cyber literate and assist them with a wider enterprise risk management strategy. Tripwire has put together a collection of resources to enhance your customers overall cyber security posture.

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3 out of 4 Organisations Have Still Not Fully Remediated Heartbleed.

It’s now one year since the Heartbleed was first disclosed and research shows that 75% of Global 2000 customers are still vulnerable due to incomplete remediation. Read the research, Hearts Continue to Bleed, to see what customers are missing when remediating Heartbleed.

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Brand New White Paper from Blue Coat – Security Empowers Business

For decades, fear has dominated the discussion of cyber security. Every magazine article, presentation or blog about the topic seems to start the same way: trying to scare the living daylights out of you with horror stories, alarming statistics, and doomsday scenarios. Read about Blue Coat’s take on the strategic shift from prevention to possibility.

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