We’re experts in preventing phishing, and have developed training courses and a simulated attack to help organisations tackle their phishing risk. Your staff are on the front line, and it’s essential that they know how to identify and report phishing attacks without clicking any links or downloading dangerous attachments.
Our top tips for preventing phishing:
- Organise detailed Phishing staff awareness training for all staff members that use email for work purposes. This training should be repeated every three months to ensure their phishing knowledge remains up to date.
- Organise simulated phishing attacks regularly throughout the year targeting different sets of staff, giving you reportable results on how your staff deal with phishing emails.
Staff awareness training
Staff awareness training courses are a cost-effective, time-efficient way to train staff, aiding their understanding, changing their behaviour and ultimately reducing risk. Our staff awareness courses come with free access to a monthly cyber security bulletin for your staff to read. It includes the latest advice regarding cyber security and threats to watch out for.
Find out more about our phishing staff awareness courses below.
Phishing Staff Awareness Course
Take action against the increasing threat of targeted phishing attacks by educating your employees to be alert, vigilant and secure. The course is updated quarterly to ensure the latest advice and examples of phishing attacks are included. This interactive e-learning course helps employees identify and understand phishing scams, explains what would happen should they fall victim, and shows how they can mitigate the threat of an attack.
This 45-minute course is perfect for employees who use email at work.
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Phishing and Ransomware Human Patch Staff Awareness Course
This ten-minute course introduces employees to phishing and ransomware, and what they need to be aware of to help prevent attacks. By educating your staff, you can significantly reduce the risk of your organisation falling victim to an attack.
The course was developed in response to the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack, which spread rapidly across networks and affected 200,000 organisations in 150 countries, including the UK’s NHS, Telefónica in Spain and Nissan’s Sunderland plant.
The course is perfect for employees who deal with email less regularly at work, but still need to be aware. It is also suitable for organisations that have particular concerns about ransomware
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