Cybersecurity is currently the number one risk factor facing businesses and critical infrastructure in the United States. The rest of the world is no exception – neither is your business. User security awareness training is an effective approach to minimize digital risk exposure, discourage potentially risky user behavior, and involve your employees in the reporting and threat mitigation process.
Work hard at security? Work smart instead
Organizational security requires a proactive approach. With the business risk of digital exploitation increasing every year, can you afford to take a reactive approach? User security training promotes business cost savings, protect their brand and reputation, and confidently store customer data.
We cover Windows-specific user security awareness in our O.S. usage courses. This security awareness course will cover cloud, internet and organizational security- but we’ll briefly compare O.S. attack surfaces.Windows Training
We cover Apple-specific user security awareness in our O.S. usage courses. This security awareness course will cover cloud, internet and organizational security- but we’ll briefly compare O.S. attack surfaces.Mac OS Training
We cover Linux-specific user security awareness in our O.S. usage courses. This security awareness course will cover cloud, internet and organizational security- but we’ll briefly compare O.S. attack surfaces.Linux Training
What We Cover
Individuals participating in this training will learn to detect and avoid phishing, replay, piggybacking and other social engineering attacks; assess and act on potential malware or untrusted data, report situational threats and potential security concerns, adhere to best practices and organization network policy, and operate in accordance with regulatory, compliance, or data regulations.
- Email Attachments & Internet Downloads Security
- Anti-Phishing Techniques
- Social Engineering – How & Why It Works
- Best Practices & Misconceptions
- Security Tips & Tricks
- Physical Site Security & Piggybacking
- Access Control & Replay Attacks
- Suspicious Software Identification
- Reporting Concerns – It’s always a duck
- Data Privacy & Security
- Device & Hardware Security
- Regulatory Compliance & Resilience
Virus & Malware Education
Identification of potential software threats is vital for your organizations security. Don’t be a victim of an exploit from users executing potentially unsafe files.
Data Privacy & Security
Protect what matters most – your core business intellectual property and customer data. Don’t let it fall into the hands of a malicious actor due to critical oversights.
Ensure your users are compliant with all regulatory requirements, and ready for the next facility audit or inspection – HIPAA, PCI DSS, GDPR, AS/ISO, and others.
Attack Surface Minimization
Minimizing your systems attack surface begins with educating users in halting the expansion. As employees increase, new vectors for attack exposure are created.
Business security compromise often starts from targeted phishing or social engineering campaigns. Educate your users to be resilient to these kinds of attacks.
Access Control Security
Physical security systems and token based security bring a new scope of challenges to security enforcement. Learn techniques to identify potential skimming.
Web & Email Cybersecurity
A common avenue to compromise is internet solicitation. Whether by web, email, or other delivery method, make sure your users know how to handle their cybersecurity.
Device & Platform Security
Don’t let inter-platform compatibility compromise your business security policy. Learn modern methods for ensuring multi-platform resilience and state-control.
USER SECURITY AWARENESS COURSE
- Threat Identification
- Threat Mitigation
- Operations Security
- Situational Awareness
- Proactive Defence
Certificate of Achievement
Participants who successfully complete the class exit exam will receive a hard-copy certificate