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Corporate Cyber Security Training
Corporate Cyber Security Training services in Africa. Cyber security awareness training. Phishing attack and emulation awareness training. Be ahead of the adversaries.
Empowering your employees to recognize common cyber threats can be beneficial to your organization’s computer security. Security awareness training teaches employees to understand vulnerabilities and threats to business operations. Your employees need to be aware of their responsibilities and accountabilities when using a computer on a business network.
New hire training and regularly scheduled refresher training courses should be established in order to instill the data security culture of your organization. Employee training should include, but not be limited to:
Current, relevant and effective training
Powerful phishing simulator
Empower Your Employees Through an Effective Cybersecurity Training Program
When it comes to cybercrime, cybercriminals have a vast selection of free tools at their disposal. Their most effective tool, however, is the one that exploits your weakest link – your employees. Phishing attacks account for up to 93% of data breaches, and these attackers don’t care how large or small a business is.
The numbers aren’t good: 47% of cyber attacks are on small businesses, and of those small businesses, 66% go out of business within six months following an attack. The average cost of cyber attacks in Africa is steadily climbing with the average as of January 2021 being just over nine million dollars.
What Should a Cybersecurity Training Look Like?
Most cybersecurity training programs are unique but what makes the most difference is efficacy, delivery and how that’s implemented in the workplace. A business should focus not only on cybersecurity training in general but the right cybersecurity dangers to look for such as insider threats, ransomware, phishing attacks, outside threats etc. This type of training should be mandatory for all employees at every level in the company. This means that anyone using a computer (which is just about everyone) should know how to identify phishing schemes and social engineering attacks.
Cybersecurity is always on the rise and new threats are constantly emerging, so it’s necessary for training to be ongoing.
DID YOU KNOW?
Phishing is the number one security threat to businesses. It is vital to test users frequently through phishing simulations to ensure that they are retaining what they learned, and refresh their knowledge if needed, instead of falling for an actual, costly phishing attack.