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Over One-Third Of Workers Have Picked Up Bad Cybersecurity Behaviors Since Working From Home

Over a third, (36 percent) of employees say they have picked up bad cybersecurity behaviors and found security ‘workarounds’ since working remotely, according to a new report from Tessian, the human layer security company. Cybersecurity behaviors The report, which analyzed ‘Back to Work’ security behaviors, also revealed that nearly a third of employees (30 percent) believe they can get away with riskier security behaviors when working remotely, with two in five (39 per...

Student Loans Company (SLC) Staffers Announce 20,000 Cyber-Crime Training Courses Completed Over FY 2019/20 And FY 2020/21

The Student Loans Company (SLC) has spent over 76,800 pounds on cyber security training for its staffers, over the two most recent financial years (FY 19/20, FY 20/21), according to official figures. The data obtained and analyzed using the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act by Griffin Law, the niche litigation practice, shows that nearly 20,000 specialist courses were completed in areas, such as phishing, password protection, bribery, corruption, and privacy standards. The data shows that 9,334...

Tessian Raises $65M Series C To Advance Security At The Human Layer

Human Layer Security company Tessian announces that it has raised $65 million in Series C venture capital funding to accelerate its mission of quantifying and preventing human risk in global enterprises, and empowering people to do their best work without security getting in the way. The round is led by March Capital, a venture-growth firm which has previously invested in cybersecurity unicorns such as CrowdStrike and KnowBe4. Existing Tessian investors Accel, Balderton Capital, Latitude and Se...