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"Why a Phishing Click Rate of 0% is Bad"

Working with hundreds of organizations around the world, one of the most commonphishing questions I’m often asked is "What should our click rate be for our phishing assessments"? Or, "We got a 17% click rate on our phishing simulation, is that a good or bad number?" Well, it all depends. First, it really depends on … Continue reading Why a Phishing Click Rate of 0% is Bad

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"The Power of a Security Ambassador Program"

As security awareness programs mature I’m starting to hear more and more organizations ask "What’s Next?".Whatcomes afterrolling out interactive online training, Phishing assessments, infographics, lunch-n-learns and speaker events?How do you go beyond the Behavior stage of the Security Awareness Maturity Model anddevelop a secure culture? Hands down what I seeworking around the world is Security … Continue reading The Power of a Security Ambassador Program

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"Lessons in Building your own Awareness Community – At the EU #SecAwareSummit"

Editor’s Note: Martine van de Merwe and Chris Karelse arespeakers for the upcomingSecurity Awareness Summit 6/7 December in London. Below they give an overview of their talk on Building Your Own Awareness Community. We all have that experience where it was better if we connected more and earlier with other security awareness professionals. It is … Continue reading Lessons in Building your own Awareness Community – At the EU #SecAwareSummit

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