Properly implemented cyber security awareness training turns your staff from being a defensive weak spot into your organization’s first line of defense.
In-depth education about up-to-date threats facing your organization and its staff is the single biggest factor in guarding against intrusions and data breaches. Our specialists focus on raising hazard awareness across every level of your organization, because only “when everyone is onboard” can you truly mitigate the risk of successful attacks.
The past couple of years have proven - if anything - that no one’s data is safe. From small business to multinational corporations and government departments, every organization has become a target for viruses, malware, criminals, hacktivists, and even state-sponsored espionage. And while antivirus and antimalware programs have evolved to cope with an increasingly hostile threat landscape, the human factor continues to remain the weakest link in any chain of defense.
Staff are considerably easier to circumvent than sophisticated cyber defenses. That’s why the human factor continues to be the main target of exploitation, through Social Engineering Attacks, Business Email Compromise Scams, and similar activities.
Put simply: Attackers will try to trick humans into ”opening the gates” long before they attempt to break them down with a hack attack.
Questions to ask yourself:
Ultimately there is only one mechanism of defense against the growing number of attack vectors against your human defenses: Cyber Security Awareness Training. Our specialists help your organization keep vital systems and business data safe through structured, in-depth cyber security awareness training programs for all your staff.
And because the threat landscape is evolving rapidly, staff education is an ongoing task. If your organization’s infrastructure is to be kept secure, cyber security training updates must be administered at regular intervals, at least annually, though preferably every six months. What’s more, your staff need to be tested regularly for “Phishing Susceptibility” to measure the training’s impact.