Cybersecurity Awareness Training

Critical to Your Company’s Success

Having a security awareness training solution coupled with strong security policies is fundamental to a well put together information security and privacy program. One of the goals of these programs is to manage risk to acceptable levels with the right people, processes, and technology. Investing in the eduction of your people to ensure they can identify threats and take appropriate action is more valuable than any technology you can implement.

A security breach can destroy confidence in your brand, causing consumers or clients to flee in droves. Small businesses can especially have a hard time recovering from a damaged reputation. The cost to recover from a breach can be so significant that companies are forced to close their doors. On average a cyberattack can cost your company $200,000

Enhance Security & Reduce Staff Errors

Old school Security Awareness Training doesn’t cut it anymore. Unfortunately, your employees are the weak link in an organization’s network security. They are frequently exposed to sophisticated phishing and ransomware attacks. Employees need to be trained and remain on their toes with security top of mind. Our training will:

More Than a Security Product

A recent study showed that 80% of breaches are caused by employee carelessness. If a program is implemented to teach them about common scams, such as email attachments that contain malware or phishing emails that steal personal information, they are much less likely to accidentally click links or open files. With vigilant employees using strong passwords, flagging suspicious emails, and alerting supervisors about unusual communications or activity, the company itself becomes less vulnerable.

More than just buying a product, security should be designed. It starts with a comprehensive cybersecurity plan, backed by security policies and procedures. Our security experts will design the systems, help you develop a plan and then work with you to implement policies and best practices, including a plan for incident response and recovery.

Today’s cyber-threat landscape requires organizations to look beyond their own Information Technology personnel in establishing a comprehensive Cybersecurity compliance policy and procedures manual.

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