Data Breaches

Data Breaches: Causes & Prevention

Over 90% of data breaches are caused by a phishing email*

Protect your business from costly data breaches by arming your people with the latest cyber security knowledge and phishing awareness training.

How do data breaches happen?

Data breaches are more likely to be caused by phishing than by any other type of cyber attack.

Organisations are spending more money on technology than ever before – but even the best security systems can be undone by human error.

The bad guys are aware of this and are often one step ahead of your technological solutions. Instead, they’ll target your users with phishing emails and social engineering techniques designed to lower their defences.

How to prevent a data breach

Phishing simulation emails and ongoing security training will help teach your users about the potential impact of data protection breaches and demonstrably reduce your overall cyber risk.

With effective and engaging security awareness training, your colleagues and employees can become a powerful cyber defence line for your business.

The Phishing Tackle platform will engage, educate and increase cyber security awareness among your users. We offer simulated phishing email tests to help you check exactly which users are your biggest risk – followed up by expert training content to help patch the gaps in their knowledge and prevent data breaches in your organisation.

Our training material is fully customisable and organisational-specific, so your users will be fully up to date with the latest risks.

Start with a free Click-Prone® Test to check your organisation’s current level of phishing awareness, or book a live demo of the platform today.

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Recent Data Breaches

Search and filter through this interactive map of the latest data breaches from around the world.

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Data Breach Investigations Report

The latest DBIR report reveals what’s really happening in cyber security – featuring expert analysis of over 157,000 cyber incidents.

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