New Year’s Holiday Cybercrime Special Warning: Preparing for an Increase in Cyberattacks Targeting People’s Hearts during the Year-end and New Year Holidays
KnowBe4 Releases 2022 Holiday Cybersecurity Resource Kit
TOKYO (December 5, 2022) – KnowBe4, the world’s largest provider of integrated security awareness training, phishing simulation and analysis platform (Headquarters: Tampa Bay, Florida, USA; Founder and CEO: Stu Sjouwerman) Stu Showerman)) annually publishes the Holiday Cybersecurity Resource Kit, an English-language collection of free resources and courseware to protect end-users from holiday-themed cyber scams. This press release is intended to translate the points of these materials that KnowBe4 is disseminating in the United States through this kit, and to share the latest information with security personnel at Japanese companies as a countermeasure against dangerous New Year’s holiday cybercrime. is delivering to
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KnowBe4 is the world’s largest integrated platform provider of security awareness training combined with phishing simulation and analysis focused on building and configuring the Human Defense Layer. KnowBe4 was founded in August 2010 in Tampa Bay, Florida, USA by IT/data security expert Stu Sjouwerman, with a focus on security’s “human component: overcoming human error.” By raising the security awareness of each employee, such as ransomware, CEO attacks/scams, business email compromise (BEC) and other increasingly sophisticated social engineering techniques, security threats that target “people” to individuals, organizations, We help protect groups. Kevin Mitnick, one of the world’s most prominent cybersecurity specialists, serves as CHO (Chief Hacking Officer). KnowBe4’s training program is based on his insights from a hacker’s perspective. As of October 2022, more than 54,000 companies and organizations have adopted KnowBe4 to build a “people” defensive wall as the last line of defense. For more information about KnowBe4, please visit www.knowbe4.jp.
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