October marks the 20th anniversary of Cybersecurity Awareness Month – an annual campaign led by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) in partnership with the National Cybersecurity Alliance to raise awareness for ways in which we can better protect our data. Some of the most visible cyberattacks in recent months have reminded us that we all play a role in security and people remain our weakest link. Threat actors continue to take advantage of human nature by using phishing emails, persuasive text messages and convincing phone calls to gain access to high value systems and sensitive data and reap financial rewards. Given the headlines, it makes sense this month to take a closer look at the people problem and what organizations can do to strengthen defenses.
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