Email unquestionably makes it easier for organizations to communicate and is essential to doing business. However, it continues to expose organizations to new avenues of attack by hackers looking to gain illegal access to sensitive data and funds. Phishing scams are rampant and become more sophisticated by the day. The warning signs that previously tipped users off to potential attacks are now all too often overlooked as users become complacent and attackers’ methods evolve.

The best defense against the ever-changing email security threat is for organizations to ensure that their commitment to security awareness training and security tools embraces constant adaptation and optimization against new and emerging risks. This approach will help the organization and users identify, ignore and/or remediate threats before they cause harm.

The Importance of Security Awareness Training

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