Security Magazine: Improve Employee Training to identify Cyberattacks, Hacks and Vulnerabilities to Reduce Concerns

July 9, 2020

Hikvision HikWire blog article employee cyberhabits

Hikvision on Identifying Common Cyberattacks


The Security magazine article, “4 barriers to teaching employees good cybersecurity habits—and how to overcome them,” outlines ways to improve employee training for cyberattacks, hacks and vulnerabilities to reduce security concerns.

From the article: “Proper training is undoubtedly a top defense against cybersecurity breaches. IT policy, physical security, firewalls and other technical precautions are obviously necessary, but teaching workers what to do—and what not to do—lays the groundwork for a strong, secure front line defense to support all other security measures.”

The article recommended employee cybersecurity training focused on the following topics. And, we’ve included links to relevant Hikvision blogs on these cybersecurity lessons:

The average cyber-attack costs almost four million dollars, and cyberattacks cost $45 billion in 2018, said the story. Businesses that spend $1,500 per employee on training see a direct impact on profits. Read the entire article here.

Hikvision has an extensive catalog of published cybersecurity blogs that offer tips and insights on cyber trends and identifying common cyberattacks to prevent being a victim of them. Read more here.

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