Frost Radar for Security Awareness Training, 2022

Cyberthreats have increased at an unprecedented rate over the last few years, targeting enterprises of all sizes around the world. Governments and corporates have responded with regulations and enhanced budgets and skill sets to counter risks. Disruptions due to digital transformation strategies and the COVID-19 pandemic have increased the need for solutions that satisfy the demands of the constantly changing workplace.

As bad actors target people more than technology, the importance of well-informed employees is paramount. Human behavior analysis has become an important component of risk management analysis.

Security awareness training (SAT) is moving from being an inconsequential and annual activity to one that is a frequent and imperative part of the overall security culture and fabric that every organization wants to achieve.

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