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Ultimate Guide to Security Awareness Training

Research released by the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre affirms the indisputable importance of staff training in mitigating security risk. 


We’ve worked with clients across the globe in building security-training programs that safeguard their systems and support their teams. In this Guide learn about the following 

  • The techniques hackers use to gain entry to your systems
  • The threats facing your company and its customers
  • The value of a security awareness training program
  • The key elements of a robust security awareness training program
  • A best practices checklist for commencing and sustaining security awareness training

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Constant training is needed to meet an evolving threat.

The number and sophistication of attacks is increasing quickly. Companies have to be engaged and pro-active in order to stay ahead.

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Prevention is always better than looking for a cure.

Most successful attacks are facilited unwittingly by untrained staff members. The key to ensuring your technical defences work is to have employee's that can detect suspicious behaviour and react in the right way.

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Engage your staff proactively in protecting your enterprise.

Boring 'tick in the box' training is not going to get the job done. You have to deploy a variety of content, simulations, reminders and assesments to keep your team engaged and committed to protecting the enterprise.

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What makes for a successful security awareness training programme?

Communications, Getting all departments working together is a key start. Conduct random simulations, if you don't test you won't know until it is too late.  Commit to measurement and always use relevant and current data.