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Understanding The Massive Role Your Employees Play When it Comes to Network Security: Part II

In Part 1 of this series we discussed how employees can often be the weakest link in an organization’s defense against hackers, specifically in two ways. The first is unbeknownst to employees—that is, a hacker may use an employee as a gateway into the enterprise network. Meanwhile, the second, more unfortunate way, is when an employee has malicious intentions and knowingly engages in corporate sabotage. Now, in the second part of this series, we’d like to focus specifically on how employees can become a weak link in an organization’s defense plan, and how businesses can actively protect their networks by educating their internal staff about cybersecurity. After all, employees certainly pl...
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