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New KnowBe4 Report Examines Exponential Increase in Cyber Attacks Against Higher Education Institutions

New KnowBe4 Report Examines Exponential Increase in Cyber Attacks Against Higher Education Institutions

Report shows the need for UK educators to develop robust cybersecurity strategies

KnowBe4’s Security Essentials for the United Kingdom Course is now NCSC Certified

KnowBe4’s Security Essentials for the United Kingdom Course is now NCSC Certified

Coveted certification will lead to further security awareness training in the country

More Than 4 In 5 Workers Exhibit Poor Security Behaviours: KnowBe4 TAPPED Out Study

More Than 4 In 5 Workers Exhibit Poor Security Behaviours: KnowBe4 TAPPED Out Study

Multitasking found to be a security issue for UK workers according to new research

KnowBe4 Named To Newsweek’s List Of The Top 100 UK Most Loved Workplaces For 2023

KnowBe4 Named To Newsweek’s List Of The Top 100 UK Most Loved Workplaces For 2023

KnowBe4 ranked No. 20 among 100 UK companies recognised for outstanding employee sentiment and satisfaction

KnowBe4 Announces Speaker Lineup for KB4-CON EMEA

KnowBe4 Announces Speaker Lineup for KB4-CON EMEA

Cybersecurity virtual summit to take place 7 November with keynote speakers Rachel Wilson, managing director and head of cybersecurity at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Christina Lekati, social engineering trainer and consultant for Cyber Risk GmbH

KnowBe4 Opens New Office to Bolster UK’s Northern Powerhouse

KnowBe4 Opens New Office to Bolster UK’s Northern Powerhouse

Security awareness training and simulated phishing provider becomes third unicorn company to set up in Leeds.

Lack of Regular Cybersecurity Awareness Training Puts Organisations at Risk

Lack of Regular Cybersecurity Awareness Training Puts Organisations at Risk

50% of cybersecurity professionals admit their organisations only conduct training once a year or once a quarter

Over Half of Cybersecurity Professionals Engage in Risky Behaviours at Work

Over Half of Cybersecurity Professionals Engage in Risky Behaviours at Work

Over half (55%) of cybersecurity professionals have admitted to engaging in risky cybersecurity behaviours while at work. This is according to a survey conducted at Infosecurity Europe 2023 (20 - 22 June) among 220 cybersecurity professionals on behalf of KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform. Indeed, one in every three respondents (33%) admitted to using entertainment or streaming services. This was followed by sharing personal information (15%), signing up to too many email subscriptions (15%) and opening malicious email attachments (13%).

KnowBe4 Report: Rising Malware Attacks Threaten Irish and UK Healthcare Sectors

KnowBe4 Report: Rising Malware Attacks Threaten Irish and UK Healthcare Sectors

KnowBe4 report finds that the region’s healthcare sectors struggle to defend themselves against cyber attacks due to lack of preparedness

KnowBe4 Awarded UK’s Best Workplaces™ Recognition by Great Place to Work®

KnowBe4 Awarded UK’s Best Workplaces™ Recognition by Great Place to Work®

KnowBe4 ranks number 39 in the medium organisation category

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