Most reportable data breaches are a result of human error. By focusing on understanding online human behaviour and an organisations culture, Raglan Technologies can help you to design engaging and practical cyber policies deliver education and implement effective work practices that reduce cyber risk.
Organisations face a wide range of cyber threats from hackers, disgruntled staff members and individuals who are often unaware of how their risky online behaviour could result in a costly compromise of customer, staff or company information.
Examples of human cyber risks include (but are not limited to):
Hackers are well aware of the human vulnerability and use clever phishing tactics to trick people into helping them obtain unauthorised access to company systems and information and no industry is immune from cyber-attacks.
Organisations tend to invest resources in security technical measures (e.g. firewalls, patching, vulnerability scanning, anti-virus software and penetration testing, etc) to protect critical assets, but often overlook the importance of implementing effective organisational measures (policies, awareness and training).This is evident through: