It’s time to raise the expectations you have for your security awareness training program — and the intellect and capabilities of your end users. Yes, a healthy sense of paranoia does everyone good when it comes to cybersecurity. But you need to stop short of creating a pervasive paranoia that terrifies your users, petrifies your business, and overloads your IT staff. Instead, focus on empowering your employees with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions. There are true, measurable benefits to including your users in your prevention and protection efforts rather than treating them like problem children who should be seen and not heard.