Several months ago, I stumbled across a comic that was a perfect representation of the battle institutions and IT departments face every day. It was a boxing ring, with a ring announcer introducing the participants in the corners of the ring. One corner contained firewalls, encryption, antivirus software, and other layers of data security while the opposing corner contained "Dave," a hapless user wearing a shirt emblazoned with the words "Human Error." This comic is both funny, because many of us know a "Dave," and disheartening, because no matter how much money and time are spent on network layout, configuration, and security, the harsh reality is it only takes one user on the other side of the mouse, clicking on the wrong item, to wreak havoc on your network. While incidents are still going to occur, they can be reduced with routine and thorough employee security awareness training.