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Between Halloween and National Cyber Security Awareness Month, October gave us plenty of reasons to be scared. And although our Halloween costume contest got a bit spooky, it was the findings from Cyber Security Month that really left me in fear.
With security breaches emerging left and right, companies should be taking all precautions necessary to safeguard their data. But, many organizations are failing to address their number one security risk: their employees.
Though employees are often aware of the ramifications of poor cyber security habits, many fail to apply that knowledge while at work – leaving companies vulnerable to falling victim to the wrath of a hack.
According to a new study by IT trade associate CompTIA, here are three ways employees can potentially expose their companies to a cyber attack:
Though Cyber Security Awareness Month has come to an end, it’s never too late for companies to step up their security game. By training employees on basic cyber security risks, companies can avoid seeing their name in the next headline about a preventable cyber attack.