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Your Incident Response Plan depends on Talent Acquisition

If you are a Havoc Shield client, we hope you've rolled out an Incident Response Plan in the Policy Manager section of the platform.   Whether you accept our battle-tested templates outright, or you choose to make some surgical modifications, it's important to get the plan into the hands of those who will participate in it.  You know the drill: planning for the worst, hoping for the best, as they say.  If you aren't a Havoc Shield client, we hope you've rolled out a similarly battle-tested plan.

With your plan in the hands of your team members, now is also a good time to talk about the hidden connection between Incident Response Plans and Talent Acquisition.  Especially if you are at the type of company that we typically serve - angel-backed, venture-backed, and growth companies.

Your Incident Response Plan depends on Talent Acquisition
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Phishing Training: A Holistic Approach

Phishing training requires a holistic approach that is often overlooked by companies racing to "check the box" in terms of offering training on this increasingly important topic.  A big mistake would be to treat phishing training the way that companies treat many other kinds of training.  We've heard of far too many company training events that involve a manager speaking for 30 minutes, with slides in the background, followed by everyone going back to what they were doing.

If that approach sounds a bit like what your company does for phishing training, please read on.

Phishing Training - A Holistic Approach