Why most companies are behind the learning curve on security awareness

07/11/2013 | CSO

Promoting security awareness in the workplace is one of the most critical steps a company can take to protect its networked assets, but experts say that by relying on a one-size-fits-all approach that equates "awareness" with "training," many firms continue to overlook important nuances to employee behavior. According to Ira Winkler and Samantha Manke, simply providing information is not enough to ensure true awareness, which requires a more personalized approach.

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