[HackerNews] Security Awareness Training is Broken. Human Risk Management (HRM) is the Fix

Humans are an organization’s strongest defence against evolving cyber threats, but security awareness training alone often isn’t enough to transform user behaviour.
In this guide, usecure looks at why Human Risk Management (HRM) is the new fix for building a security-savvy workforce.
Don’t be fooled…
Businesses are investing more than ever into strengthening their employee security awareness

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