We are very close to hire a psychologist to treat our anxiety with the subject of security. We have already warned in some texts that those who feel depressed with this issue should better not continue reading some corporate blogs. In this case, we are presented with a problem related to security in the companies because humans are error prone. Not only that, but —what is even more depressing— there is one part of human beings that is impossible to educate and another that will always be corrupt. Worst of all is that you can be in one of these two groups and without knowing it yet.
Credential Theft: Easy as Shooting Phish in a Barrel
Imagine your best-case scenario: You’ve conducted security awareness training for your users and have educated them on all the threats that apply to them. You’ve cultivated a culture of security where everyone knows the tactics of phishers and how to avoid being compromised by a phishing email. You have anti-virus installed on all your endpoints to combat drive-by-downloads. Your users are even advanced enough to use a password manager because they know and care about the perils of weak passwords and password re-use … Keep reading the original blog post here