Stephen Burke, CEO and founder of Cyber Risk Aware, will be sharing key insights on how businesses can protect their systems from Cyber crime, tackling the number one cause of cyber incidents – human error.
Cyber crime is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world. Data breaches, huge financial losses, and even total business collapse, are all damaging effects from cyber attacks. More and more cyber criminals are successfully targeting the people within a business, unintentionally sharing an email, opening an attachment, or populating fake webpages for example. With such threats ever on the increase, cyber security is of utmost importance to survive in today’s technologically advanced environment.
Stephen Burke, CEO and founder of Cyber Risk Aware, will be participating at the Renaissance Cyber Expo Ireland, discussing the importance of educating and training the people within an organisation, building a human firewall to protect businesses from cyber breaches.
“It is a well known fact that over 90% of data breaches and other security incidents are caused by human error”, says Stephen Burke, founder of Cyber Risk Aware. “Education is most important and it is something that needs to happen across every level of the business.”
The solution to protecting organisations and individuals is a combination of people, process and technology. Cyber Risk Aware has created a unique and extremely effective Real-Time security training platform, which is used to educate people in their exact moment of need, when they don’t even realise they are taking a risk that could affect them and the entire business. We don’t just rely on delivering training on a schedule. It highlights unsafe human behaviour as it happens, through simulated phishing attacks, real-time interventions and security awareness training. The aim is to mitigate human error as it occurs, educate and prevent future cyber risks.
Join Stephen Burke as he shares his expertise on the 26th November 2019, at the Renaissance Cyber Expo Ireland 2019.