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1 in 3 employees has picked up bad cybersecurity habits since WFH

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A new report from human layer security company Tessian reveals that most IT leaders (56%) believe their employees have picked up bad cybersecurity habits since working from home. As organisations make plans for the post-pandemic hybrid workforce, Tessian’s Back to Work Security Behaviors report reveals how security behaviours have shifted during the past year, the challenges as organisations transition […]

Nearly one in ten Brits have fallen victim to a ‘romance’ scam

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Nearly one in ten Brits have been a victim of a romance scam, or romance fraud, says new research from human layer security company, Tessian, ahead of Valentine’s Day this year.  The data, which was commissioned by Tessian to observe the threats facing the British public this Valentine’s Day, revealed that men were actually more than […]

Four in five people are vulnerable to cyber attacks

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New research from Tessian reveals the extent to which people post online and how hackers exploit this information for sophisticated social engineering attacks. The new report reveals that 84 per cent of people post information to their social media accounts every week, with two-fifths (42 per cent) posting every day, and are unknowingly giving away […]

Half of employees admit to making mistakes when it comes to cybersecurity

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43 per cent of employees have made mistakes resulting in cybersecurity repercussions for themselves or their company, according to a new report, The Psychology of Human Error. The report, by Tessian, surveyed 1,000 workers in the UK and 1,000 workers in the US at the height of the coronavirus outbreak in April, to reveal how stress, […]