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Get your ‘I’ve got this’ on – it’s Data Privacy Day!

January 22, 2020
By: Jeff McCollum
Use January 28 as a motivator to take back control of your business and personal information. If they can't protect it, don't collect it!

Cybersecurity Weekly: Citrix backdoor, Amazon data leak, Equifax to spend on data security

January 21, 2020
By: Sam Fay
Hackers patch Citrix servers to deploy their own backdoor. Amazon fires employees for leaking customer data. Equifax commits to spending $1 billion on data security under data breach settlement. All this, and more, in this week’s edition of Cybersecurity Weekly.

Infosec Skills release: Network Traffic Analysis Cyber Range and new learning paths

January 20, 2020
By: Jeff Peters
A new Network Traffic Analysis Cyber Range is live in Infosec Skills along with two new learning paths, Web Server Protection and Network Security Fundamentals.

PayPal credential phishing with an even bigger hook

January 17, 2020
By: Tyler Schultz
With the increased adoption of multi-factor authentication, login credentials alone may not be enough for scammers to gain the access or information they’re after. Learn how credential phishing is evolving and what you can do to keep employees and your organization secure.

Why microlearning works: A security awareness perspective

January 14, 2020
By: Tyler Schultz
In this post, we’ll explore microlearning techniques, how you can use it to achieve your training goals and what it means for one of the most important stakeholders in your security awareness and training program: your employees.

Cybersecurity Weekly: California school ransomware, Office Sway phishing campaign, SNAKE ransomware

January 13, 2020
By: Sam Fay
A ransomware attack causes a California school district to teach with pen and paper for the week. A new phishing campaign is hosting landing pages on Office Sway. A new strain of ransomware targets business networks. All this, and more, in this week’s edition of Cybersecurity Weekly.

The importance of knowing the OWASP Top Ten

January 13, 2020
By: John Wagnon
An average company uses 765 different web applications, and every one of them may face a potential attack.

Infosec IQ release: Universal training link, shared courses & phishing education

January 9, 2020
By: Tyler Schultz
The latest Infosec IQ release includes new flexibility when giving learners access to training, improvements to global administration, animated phishing education and much more.

Cybersecurity Weekly: Colorado BEC scam, CyrusOne ransomware, new California privacy law

January 6, 2020
By: Sam Fay
A town in Colorado loses over $1 million to BEC scammers. Data center provider CyrusOne suffers a ransomware attack. California adopts the strictest privacy law in the United States. All this, and more, in this week’s edition of Cybersecurity Weekly.

3 steps to close your organization’s cybersecurity skills gap

January 6, 2020
By: Infosec
The report, 3 steps employers can take to close the skills gap, details the results of a survey of 785 information security professionals.

Infosec Flex and Skills release: New cyber range and NERC CIP Boot Camp

January 6, 2020
By: Jeff Peters
The Command Line Basics Cyber Range is live in Infosec Skills, and a new Infosec Flex NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Boot Camp is now open for enrollment.

Your 2020 tax scam training guide

January 3, 2020
By: Tyler Schultz
Get your W-2s and returns ready because tax season is on the way! As if deductions, exemptions and return distribution wasn’t enough, tax season becomes open season for cybercriminals hunting for sensitive information, credentials and even a direct deposit of your employees’ tax returns.

Infosec Named a Leader in 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant

Recognized for ability to execute and completeness of vision in Security Awareness Computer-Based Training, learn the latest market trends and what we believe sets Infosec apart.