KnowBe4 offers top cybersecurity tips for a safe 2023 holiday season
In response to rising cybercrime, KnowBe4 has shared its primary cybersecurity advice for the 2023 festive season.
HR related email subjects dominate phishing trends
KnowBe4 has found that HR-related email subjects dominate cyber-attack trends, comprising over 50% of top email subjects.
KnowBe4 launches a educational cybersecurity game on Roblox
KnowBe4 launches free cybersecurity game 'Hack-A-Cat' on the Roblox platform, aiming to educate on cyber threats.
KnowBe4 launches no-cost cybersecurity resource kit
KnowBe4 has announced a new resource kit in recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) in October.
KnowBe4 makes donation to protect endangered species
KnowBe4, the security awareness training and simulated phishing platform will celebrate its 13th anniversary by donating to protect endangered species.
KnowBe4's PhishER Plus to guard against phishing attacks
The solution leverages over 10 million trained users to identify, block and remove phishing email threats before entering users' inboxes.
KnowBe4: half of malicious email subjects are HR related
KnowBe4's latest Q2 2023 top-clicked phishing report reveals half of the top malicious email subjects are HR related.
Half of top malicious email subjects are HR related – report
HR-related email subjects account for half of the top malicious emails, according to phishing test results by KnowBe4.
One-third employees in Asia susceptible to phishing: KnowBe4
KnowBe4’s annual phishing benchmarking report finds untrained users are the biggest flaw in Asian organisations’ cyber defence layer.
KnowBe4 emphasises importance of employee security training
Knowbe4's annual Phishing Benchmarking Report finds that untrained users are the biggest flaw in Australia and New Zealand's cyber defence layer.
KnowBe4 starts ransomware awareness month with resource kit
KnowBe4 launches a no-cost resource kit to help organisations defend against the damaging impact of ransomware.
Lumen and KnowBe4 partner to educate cybersecurity awareness
Lumen Technologies has partnered with KnowBe4 to help Asia Pacific organisations expand cyber awareness and build an end-to-end security culture.
Top risky security behaviours of employees revealed
Security awareness training and simulated phishing platform KnowBe4 has unveiled the top 10 risky behaviours of employees on work devices.
KnowBe4’s new tool to help against QR code phishing attacks
KnowBe4 offers a complementary QR Code Phishing Security Test tool that identifies end users who fall victim to QR code phishing attacks.
IT and online services emails drive dangerous attack trend
A new global phishing report finds more IT- and online services-related email subjects are used as a phishing strategy.
KnowBe4 offers free 30-day trial of SecurityCoach product
KnowBe4 integrates or partners with over 20 of the world's top cybersecurity platforms across Endpoint, Network, Identity, Cloud and Data Security.
Singapore’s workers getting more security training - KnowBe4
KnowBe4 has released new research, which shows that 53% of Singaporean office workers are getting frequent security training from their employers.
59% of IT leaders feel Govt should be doing more - KnowBe4
KnowBe4’s latest research finds 59% of New Zealand’s IT decision-makers feel the government should be doing more to protect local businesses from cyber attacks.
More Aussie employees receiving security training - KnowBe4
New research from KnowBe4 has found more Australian employees are being given security training as the country responds to high-profile data breaches.
Building strong security culture fundamental, and lacking - KnowBe4
Australian businesses struggle to build a culture of security, with only one third of IT decision makers aware of the concept, new research shows.
Organisations struggling to build a security culture
Only one third of IT decision makers understand what 'security culture' is, according to new research from KnowBe4.
45% of IT decision-makers aren't concerned about phishing
Less than half (47%) of respondents believed their organisation's employees could understand the risks of falling victim to a cyber attack.
NZ IT decision-makers woefully underprepared for cyber risks
Only 5% can correctly identify which emails and SMS are legitimate or scams, while less than half know the steps to take following a data breach. .
Data breaches continue to rise - are decision makers doing enough?
Less than 4 in 10 Australian IT decision makers are concerned about phishing as a risk to their organization, according to new research.