Wombat predicts phishing will continue to be a key point of entry for attackers
Pittsburgh, PA – December 19, 2017 – Wombat Security Technologies (Wombat), the leading provider of cyber security awareness and training, reveals their 2018 security predictions. As 2017 comes to a close, a look back on some of the biggest cybersecurity breaches of the year — including WannaCry, NotPetya, KRACK, and the Equifax breach — shows no organization is immune to security risks. Looking ahead, the Wombat team concludes there is no sign of slowing down for these attacks, and phishing is predicted to continue serving as a key access point. This supports Wombat’s long-standing belief that end-user security awareness and training initiatives are vital to an organization’s last line of defense against devastating attacks.
Below are the top 2018 predictions from the Wombat Security team:
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Wombat Security Technologies is the leading provider of information security awareness and training software to help organizations teach their employees secure behavior for enterprises. Their SaaS-based cybersecurity education solutions include an integrated platform of knowledge assessments, simulated attacks, and brief interactive training modules. Wombat's solutions help organizations reduce successful phishing attacks and malware infections up to 90%. The company has been recognized by Gartner as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training Vendors for four years in a row. Founded in 2008, Wombat is helping mid-market, Fortune 1000, and Global 2000 customers in industry segments such as finance and banking, energy, technology, higher education, retail, and consumer packaged goods to strengthen their cybersecurity defenses.
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