Forbes: 16 Strategies To Ensure A Phishing Exercise Has A Strong And Lasting Impact

Any company’s cybersecurity posture is only as strong as its weakest link, and in many cases, the primary weakness lies in employee ignorance or carelessness. With that in mind, companies seeking to educate employees or review their security stance may opt to conduct a phishing exercise. But an exercise in and of itself isn’t a solution. If the leadership team doesn’t begin and end employee-focused cybersecurity exercises with training and reinforcement, it’s unlikely the organization’s level of risk will improve.

So what do companies need to do to ensure a phishing exercise leads to positive cyber-related behavior changes among the team?

16 experts from Forbes Technology Council including Emtec's Sunil Misra share 16 essential strategies to ensure your company’s phishing exercise is just one part of a vibrant, effective cybersecurity protocol.

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