Petya and WannaCry attacks made headlines around the world for shutting down banks, infrastructure, and companies. But with ransom ware costs projected to hit $5 billion this year, those two attacks are likely just the first of many. Research conducted in 2016 among 887 companies across 30 countries in the world has shown that 30% of surveyed business was hacked due to employee error. Ignorance is not an excuse where cyber security is concerned. Staff with low awareness can create security vulnerabilities. Given that 91% of data breaches start with a phishing attack, if your users are not prepared to identify and avoid these attacks, your risk of a successful breach or malware attack, such as Ransomware is greatly increased. In addition, many regulations and cyber insurance policies require Cyber Security Awareness or Training.