How Tech Can Save You From Bad User Behavior

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Try as we might, it's difficult to make every user aware of cybersecurity, and even harder to keep reminding them about it. You'll always find at least one of them clicking on a suspicious link or opening a malicious file after being warned not to. It only takes one such mistake to bring down your whole network or leak sensitive data.

Effective cybersecurity can deal with this by using technology measures to create a form of multi-layered defense. Reinforcing your cybersecurity awareness with this extra protection will help catch user mistakes that slip through. Attend this webinar to explore your technology options and best practices for implementing them.

Join us as we explore:

  • The threats facing users as attackers innovate
  • Which technologies can help to secure your network in the face of user missteps
  • The challenges of implementation and how to overcome them


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Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

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Jason Hicks

Cyber Executive Advisor, Coalfire

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Jenai Marinkovic

Executive Director, CISO, Advisory Board - GRC for Intelligent Ecosystems Foundation

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