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Use longitudinal learning to reduce risky user behavior

May 4, 2021

People ignore information that isn’t relevant to them, which is why IT and HR departments have been approaching security training incorrectly for years. Long-form, all-hands security seminar trainings have contributed to nearly daily data breaches for decades.

HR and security leaders can create a cyber-secure culture by prioritizing the most crucial defense against cyberthreats — humans. Businesses must focus on positively changing user behavior to improve their security posture.

In order to do this, enterprises need to use contextualized, longitudinal learning to consistently educate users over time.

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