Online users are very vulnerable to cybercrimes such as stolen credentials and cyber attacks. But how could enterprises protect their end users if majority of the personnel working within the company are not trained to do this in the first place?   In a study called “Security Awareness Training: Not Just for Compliance” conducted by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) among companies with 100-10,000 employees, it has been concluded that most social engineering attacks are caused by employees with lack of Security Awareness Training (SAT) and the companies underrating behavior about it. For more details, visit CSO.

Source: CSO