Can you imagine the consequence if the personal and financial data of employees and clients in your company were breached by a cyber intruder?
Every company is susceptible to malware, ransomware, spam, hacking and social engineering. Despite firewalls, security software and supposedly iron-clad infrastructure, data breaches continue to rise at an alarming rate. Employees, not technology, are the weakest links and the most common entry points for hackers. And your greatest asset, as well as greatest risk, is the people working for your organization.
Building a strong cybersecurity posture requires a culture and behaviour shift. Employees need to practice safe online behaviour and take personal responsibility to guard company’s data and assets from cyber adversaries.
Frequently, it is the uninitiated and unsuspecting employee who makes the mistake of trusting fake identities, tempted by clickbait and other sneaky tactics used to gain access to company information.
Cybersecurity awareness training for employees, therefore, must be compulsory. However, effective cyber education will require a customized program that is relevant to your organization.
DeCyfir’s Cyber Education is an intelligence-driven and industry-specific awareness training program for organizations. The training program is designed based on cyber-intelligence gathered from deep and dark webs, hackers’ forums and other sources to discover threat actors, attack motives, and campaign details. These data sources are analysed and correlated against your industry, geography and technology to tailor the most relevant cyber education program for your organization.
By knowing how you are most likely to be attacked, we design a training program that imparts the most relevant methods, tools and techniques employed by hackers.
Fake identities that impersonate trusted profiles can deceive employees to sharing confidential information. In DeCYFIR’s Cyber Education, social engineering tests are simulated to mimic the latest attack methods. This includes phishing, advanced persistent threats, USB management, data and password protection, social profile security and more.
Cyber criminals and their attack mechanisms are constantly evolving, your cyber education training should be too.
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