Your technology is a non-moving target. Multiple risks swarm the digital landscape, so it’s important to know what is causing these issues. Many cybersecurity awareness programs incorporate penetration tests, which are a form of ethical hacking. With these tests, a technology provider will intentionally poke holes in your network to examine what vulnerabilities are most sensitive. This gives your security team the upper hand because they can see the source of the problem and apply more security to cushion those vulnerabilities. Additionally, you’ll also want to consider simulations like phishing assessments. This gives employees the chance to act on what appears to be a “real-life” threat. Ultimately, you’ll be exposing your team to more data so they can familiarize themselves with the overall threat landscape.