Security awareness training shouldn’t be a compliance tick box exercise. Research has shown that poor security behaviours persist despite staff having attended security awareness training. Cyber security and data protection should be ingrained into every aspect of your organisation. Training alone is not enough to reduce information security risks, which is why it’s so important to implement a security awareness programme.
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People are widely acknowledged to be the weakest part of any security system. Even if you implement the best technological measures and put processes in place to ensure they are properly deployed and kept up to date, their effectiveness can be compromised by poorly trained users, putting your organisation at risk.
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Put an end to staff-related cyber threats with a Security Awareness Programme
An effective programme should:
Increase engagement, improve staff knowledge and achieve lasting security awareness.
Incorporate a variety of tools, delivered through various channels and media.
Align organisational culture and unique requirements.
Our Security Awareness Programme delivers transformative results
The programme is delivered through multiple channels and can include:
- An organisation-wide assessment of your learning needs, awareness challenges and knowledge gaps.
- A multi-component campaign, tailored to your organisation’s needs and culture.
- Tools and resources to educate your staff.
- Interactive content to engage staff.
- A reliable audit trail to evaluate the success of your programme.
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This programme is ideal for larger organisations looking to raise awareness of issues such as data privacy, information security and cyber security, and supports the implementation of management systems such as information security and ISO 27001, business continuity and ISO 22301, cyber security, phishing, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and data security.