Go Behind the Scenes of Our 2019 ‘State of the Phish Report’

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Our recently released 2019 State of the Phish Report features data-driven analysis of the current phishing landscape. Our fifth-annual study, the report looks at the cybersecurity awareness levels of working adults around the globe; how social engineering attacks are impacting infosec professionals and their organizations; and how security awareness training is helping organizations across 16 industries take a people-centric approach to cybersecurity.

If you’re wondering how your experiences (and your employees) compare to others around the world, we invite you to access our on-demand SecureWorld webinar replay and Behind the Scenes interview. Both offer actionable advice you can use to better manage end-user risk.

On-Demand Webinar

Register now to access the replay of our SecureWorld web conference, which features analysis, discussion, and Q&A by Gretel Egan, our Security Awareness and Training Strategist, and Alan Levine, our Security Advisor and a former Fortune 500 CISO. They explore key findings from the State of the Phish Report, including the rise in credential compromise attacks and the pros and cons of using negative reinforcement methods to change the behaviors of phishing “repeat offenders.” CPE credits are available (instructions provided in the webinar).


Featured presenters and moderator at the SecureWorld web conference

Behind the Scenes Interview

Click below to watch Secure World’s Behind the Scenes interview, in which our Chief Architect, Kurt Wescoe, joins Gretel Egan to discuss key takeaways from the State of the Phish Report. They also explore how understanding regional differences can help organizations execute more effective security awareness training programs, and the importance of using metrics and threat intelligence to guide decision-making and deliver the right training to the right people at the right time.



To see the full survey results, including country-by-country breakdowns, download your copy of the State of the Phish Report.