CEOs need better cyber security skills as half fall victim to phishing scams

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Phishing attacks cost companies major money
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Phishing attacks cost companies major money

More company-wide cyber security training is needed

Executive boards need better cyber security training, given half of chief security officers fall victim to phishing attacks, according to research conducted by security firm AlienVault. The research...

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