Comprehensive training, tailored to your business...
- Various training methods
- Industry experts delivering focused classes
- Keep up-to-date with the latest threats
- Enhance your employees' knowledge
Unfortunately, your staff are the biggest threat to your business. A recent cyber risk survey produced by the London Financial Times, found that 58% of cyber-attacks are attributable to employee behaviour, such as negligence, accidental disclosure and lost or stolen devices. When they included vulnerabilities that exist due to a talent or skills shortage in cyber security, the percentage attributable to internal human issues is closer to 90%.
It doesn’t matter if you have the greatest cyber security protection available, unfortunately, cyber security is only as strong as your least cyber-savvy member of staff, and this is where the problem lies.
What makes this all the more frustrating is that it is all preventable…
As employees are your weakest link, they are also the most targeted. This is why it is critical for regular, engaging training to educate staff on how they can help prevent their company from falling victim to cyber-attacks.
Even those more knowledgeable members of staff, for example, your IT Manager may still struggle to keep up-to-date with the fast changing cyber-threat landscape.
That's why we offer two different levels of training:
Working closely with KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training organisation, we teach best practice about data storage, application downloads, passwords, spam email, backing up work and much more. This is then reinforced by practical exercises such as simulated phishing attacks.
We are proud to have an exclusive arrangement with Kaspersky Lab to provide advanced cyber security training in the UK, focused around a number of key subjects. This detailed technical training is targeted towards professionals who understand the basics of cyber security.Contact us for more information
Awareness training for staff on the importance of cyber security. Helping to keep security in the forefront of employees’ minds and driving home the importance of due diligence.
It may be uncomfortable to read, but your staff really are the biggest threat to your business’ cyber security. A 2017 cyber risk survey produced by the London Financial Times, found that 58% of cyber-attacks are attributable to employee behaviour, such as negligence, accidental disclosure and lost or stolen devices. When they included vulnerabilities that exist ...Find out more >
Cyber-crime is only increasing and the consequences can be severe for businesses that fall victim to cyber-attacks. If you haven’t taken steps to protect yourself, now is the time to act. Cyber Essentials accreditation, a Government-backed scheme, is widely accepted as a great way of protecting businesses operating in the UK. It can offer basic protection and,...Find out more >