We often think of security parameters as “no brainers.” We know the basics: lock your computer when you leave your desk, don’t open suspicious emails, change your password, etc. But how many of us actually follow these rules? Studies show that, though people know what they should be doing from security standpoints, they don’t.
Even experts, well versed in cybersecurity, need to stay on top of developing trends in the field. Not doing so could mean the threats being addressed are obsolete, and the real threats are being ignored. This plays into one of the major causes of lost of breaches -- human error.