Why Healthcare Security Awareness Training Doesn’t Work (And What to Do About It)

December 27, 2017 | Dane Boyd
Dane Boyd

Dane Boyd

Lead Solution Manager

Dane Boyd is the Lead Solution Manager for PhishLabs’ Managed Phishing Awareness Training service. He has helped dozens of enterprises transform their employees into a powerful layer of defense. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, USA, PhishLabs provides 24/7 cybersecurity and threat intelligence services that help organizations fight back against attacks targeting their employees and customers. PhishLabs is trusted by four of the top five U.S. financial institutions, seven of the top 25 global financial institutions, leading social media and career sites, and top healthcare, retail, insurance and technology companies. In addition to mitigating more than 7,800 phishing attacks per month, PhishLabs clients benefit from real-world actionable intelligence, analysis, and guidance from the PhishLabs R.A.I.D. research division, which is comprised of some of the world’s most respected malware researchers, reverse engineers, and threat analysts focused on monitoring global attack trends, dissecting cyber tradecraft, and tracking cybercrime. For more information, visit https://www.phishlabs.com and follow @phishlabs on Twitter.

December 27, 2017 | Dane Boyd

Why Healthcare Security Awareness Training Doesn’t Work (And What to Do About It)

The last five years have seen a meteoric rise in the number of cyber attacks targeting healthcare organizations. Why? Because healthcare organizations boast some of the lowest security budgets of any industry, and personal healthcare records are worth a fortune on the dark web. Don’t believe me? Try this: Threats actors can make between $285,000 - $1.7 million from a…

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