While National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month are important moments in time to direct our attention to cybersecurity challenges, the reality is we need more than two months of cyber conversation. We need a continuing, year-round dialog about why cybersecurity matters. It’s important to weigh the combination of people, process and technology to drive an always-alert cybersecurity initiative and improve our effectiveness in stopping threats of all types.

Laura Lee

For those who run a business or government office, continuous cybersecurity learning opportunities for every employee from the CEO to the receptionist is a critical requirement in the wake of today’s imminent and complex threat landscape. Billions of people were affected by data breaches and cyberattacks in 2018 alone - more than 765 million people between April, May and June, according to USA Today. Each successful breach reveals a better, faster, more incognito way to exploit information for reputational or monetary gain. The evolving pace of attacks requires adaptive employee cyber learning in order to stay protected and safe.

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