Every compliance program includes information security training for your staff to learn security best practices or requirements for certain industries that will be critical to the success of your new security posture. Keep in mind that more than 90% of all breaches today start with a phishing attack!
You can have the most secure firewall in the world, but if your employees aren’t properly trained in dealing and identifying security threats, you may still have a big problem
Courses for every level
We offer a great range of courses for training your employees that can provide you with an easily measurable change in risk reduction. Each course is composed of a number of different modules that address people all across your company. Follow-up tests will give you a clear idea of how well the program is working and what areas need more work. We also test employee security awareness by conducting social engineering attacks on our customers.
Some of the topics of the courses we offer include:
- Data privacy and GDPR
- Social engineering
- Ransomware and malware
- Password security
- WiFi security
- Mobile security
- Secure social media
Security and privacy training
In the context of compliance, e.g. PCI, HITRUST and GDPR, it is more important than ever for companies to secure sensitive and personal data. It’s up to the companies collecting, managing, and storing personal data to provide annual training so that all employees know what is required and are aware of how to properly safeguard this type of data. We’ll help your staff to understand the risks associated with personally identifiable information and cardholder data they may be processing and bake security and privacy intelligence into their everyday work practices.
Applicable safety measures
Everyone needs to be aware of the risks associated with loss of sensitive data. Furthermore, employees pose the greatest risk to your company even though it usually won’t be through malicious intent. We’ll stress the importance of strong passwords, caution in opening emails and attachments, and how to recognize attempts to breach security.
Build a culture of information security and privacy compliance at your company – security and privacy by design and by default