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User Education

  • 4 October 2017
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User Education
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The “human firewall” – yours and other computer users – are often the weakest security link. A lot of lip service is paid to User Security Education, and with the advent of online self-paced courses there is no excuse not to look at using those tools to help educate your users of the risks they face in the office and from using the Internet at home.

We offer Webroot Security Awareness Training. This training helps educate users to recognize emails that are meant to steal info or cause harm.

If a user receives an invoice, receipt, or any other form of attachment from someone they are unfamiliar with, chances are it is bad. For word document emails, it is also advised to warn users to not click on “enable content” for emails and attachments from unfamiliar sources.


The information presented in this article has been taken from the Malware Prevention Guide.

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