Cyber Security Training

Cyber Security Training will  help employees learn how to spot malicious attempts by cyber-criminals, but it is also required to comply with compliance regulations. A lack of training will open the door for cyber-criminals and may result in a breach, causing potentially significant fines and penalties as well as likely damage to an organization’s reputation. The time is now to jump on the Cyber Security Training bandwagon! After all, employees can’t help defend against cyber-crime if they aren’t provided with the necessary tools to do so.

  • Dark Web Breach Assessments
    • The dark web is often known for the illegal activities conducted there, and while not everything on the dark web is illegal, it’s most appealing factor is its anonymity. The dark web is often a place where stolen data and personal information is bought and sold following a data breach or hacking incident. An article on Experian takes a look at what your personal information is worth on the dark web and how you can help protect you from being exposed.
  • Security Awareness Training
    • Human error causes 95% of data breaches. Let’s work together to create a layered security strategy to reduce the risk to your business. Criminals are smart, they know how to get through the cracks. If your employees know what to look for, they’ll be less likely to fall for a scam that could put your business at risk.
  • Simulated Phishing Scams
    • We can perform simulated phishing scams before training to get a baseline on where your company stands then after security awareness training to show improvements and weak points in your business. This will allow us to focus on the weak points to help strengthen your overall security.
  • Breach Prevention Platform
    • Continuous education
    • Employee Vulnerability Assessment
    • Security Risk Assessment
    • Monthly Security Newsletter
    • Written Security Policies

How do you Spot a Phishing Scam?