Yes, everything you do online is being tracked. Your searches, the videos you watch, transactions, social events, even crime. Scandalous crimes. With a little help, especially with our guides, you're still able to remain anonymous on the Internet. But understanding how you're being tracked is an important lesson, as are the little things you can…
One of the reasons many security awareness programs fail is that they rely on a "push" mentality, where they force employees to take awareness training and expect or, more likely, hope that employees will seek out additional training, because it is the right thing to do. While many there are programs that do this that are successful, they are relatively rare.
Recently, we began experimenting with helping our clients implement gamification techniques, which switches the whole awareness paradigm. Instead of employees being forced to take training or risk potential punishment, employees do the right things by default and seek out additional training, because they want to.
Too many people confuse the term gamification to mean that you create a game to do awareness training, and there are many companies who are developing such games. They can be useful, but much like a poster, newsletter, or phishing campaign, they are just a single component in what should be a well rounded security awareness program.
When thinking about security we need to remember the physical reality of cloud computing, Graham Cluley tells Computing (We should replace the word '#cloud' with 'somebody else's computer', says security expert http://t.co/C0JvYOznBC...
Word that mobile malware is rather pervasive has been making the rounds for months, but a new report has found that a shocking 100% of the Top 100 paid Android apps and 56% of the Top 100 paid Apple iOS apps have been hacked. Averaged together, users have a 78% chance of running into an app that has been compromised at some point.
How to Fight Social Engineering eSecurity Planet To raise awareness for this growing problem, Social-Engineer.org – rather presciently in light of the recent Snowden revelations – hosted its fifth annual Social Engineer Capture the Flag Contest...
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