People are the new perimeter and a prime target for attackers. In fact, according to the Verizon DBIR 2022 Report, 82% of breaches involve the human element.
In this post-pandemic era where remote work has grown, people surf various websites and multitask their work and personal lives, opening the door to potential compromise. To reduce people-centric risk, most organizations have invested in end-user education. Some even go beyond compliance or training and move towards building a security culture that motivates and empowers users to keep their organizations safe.