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Why is cyber security training important?

Awareness training is an basic and essential process for effectively protecting a company. Did you know that 95% of cybersecurity breaches are due to human error? Another 95% of cyber - attacks are a result of phishing scams On top of that, only 38% of global organizations state that they are prepared to handle a sophisticated cyber-attack. And worse, as much as 54% of companies say they have experienced one or more attacks in the last 12 months - this number rises every month.

Social engineering is a current favorite tactic among cyber criminals-the psychological manipulation of victims to convince them to willingly or unwittingly surrender private data that is then subverted for nefarious purposes. Another prominent technique is phishing, where phony emails or links are spread to employees who then have their login credentials mined.

Which employees should complete training?

Your employees are your first and primary line of defense against online crime. That is where cyber security awareness training comes into play. Equipping your employees with the knowledge and skills, they need to protect themselves from criminal elements.




What is Involved in our Cybersecurity Training?

Each training course is designed upon the clients specific , business needs, strategy, and user job role and responsibilities. The training is done via 1. Onsite training, or via our e-learning system. 

The Threat

Each day employees are tricked in opening an email that contains some sort of malware. This is the initial step of the company been compromised. Similarly, employees who cause internal breaches, usual indicate the company does not provide training regarding sensitive ,or customer information handling. As such, the company is legally responsible.

Uneducated employees pose a significant threats to their company. “The it won’t happen to us” attitude is no longer an excuse. Regulators and auditors are not forgiving of companies who does not have this basic and effective process in place. 




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