Security

Collective Security: Prairie Dogs versus Humans

Provided by PhishMe

Category Security

Type Webcast

Length

Publish Date May 12 2017

Date posted May 12 2017

Overview

Even though detecting and responding to data breaches may be one of your top priorities, chances are you’re not doing as well as you could be. The average time to find and respond to a breach is 147 days. To do better, you will need to train your employees in the same collective security techniques used by prairie dogs -- that’s right, prairie dogs -- which identify predators and share detailed information about them. The same method will enable you to protect your organization from the latest cyber security threats.

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