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The Importance of a Security, Education, Training and Awareness Program Print E-mail
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Source: InfoSec Writers - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security End-user computing has emerged as a vital component of the overall information resource of the organization. [1] This emergence has made its way not only into the information resource but also in the information security of an organization. The end-user has access to the most vital information a company has and either has the knowledge in how to circumvent the systems that have been put in place to protect the organizations information, or the lack of knowledge that is needed to protect this information, as well as the well-being of the organization’s network itself.

It is recognized that the more educated a person is, the better decisions they should make in business and life itself. The question needs to be asked why then is a vital part of the organization’s security structure ignored and not given information about threats and vulnerabilities. The end-users are the ones who will see these threats and be taken advantage of much more frequently.

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