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End Users Are the Weakest Links in IT Security Defenses

August 1, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Security Awareness, Phishing, Social Engineering

More than a third of security professionals believe that end users who violate security policies are the weakest like in enterprise IT defenses. Another 18% blame a lack of security architecture and planning that goes beyond ”firefighting,” while 7 percent point to an overabundance of SIEM data.
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