The step-by-step guide to reducing human cyber risk in 2022

Learn why employees are an insider threat to your business, how to build a security-savvy culture and where to get started.

The 2022 Guide to Reducing Human Cyber Risk - usecure

Understand insider risk

Learn how human cyber risk can manifest inside your business through the different types of insider threats.

Build a security culture

Learn the core building blocks for building a security-savvy workforce through Human Risk Management. 

Get a step-by-step plan

Start reducing human cyber risk today with step-by-step guidance on how to get started.

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Transform humans from the 'weakest link' into a cyber security asset

Here's just some of what you'll learn in this guide:

  The different types of insider threats in your business

 What makes employees an insider threat

 Top four causes of user-related breaches

 How to establish a security-savvy culture

 How to implement Human Risk Management (HRM)

 Best practices to follow and how to get started

Learn how to tackle employee risk through Human Risk Management (HRM)

User-related data breaches are still damaging businesses of all sizes.

That's because, traditionally, businesses have mainly focused on securing endpoints, networks and devices, whilst neglecting their most valuable asset — humans.

Even with more attention and investment into security awareness initiatives, like yearly training and the odd phishing simulation campaign, this just hasn't been enough to combat evolving threats.

In this guide, will show you how HRM empowers employees to combat evolving cyber threats, prevent user-related breaches and achieve today's increasingly stringent compliance standards.

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