Cyber Security Awareness Training

With security breaches making the headlines every other week, organisations have started taking cyber security more seriously. As a result, companies are heavily investing in security products such as firewalls, WAFs, AntiViruses, and security services such as penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. While these technical controls are paramount to an organisation’s security posture, hackers have identified a new weakness in the chain, the employees themselves.

Cybergate’s Cyber Security Awareness Training is a hands-on approach which enables your organisation to proactively close this weak link. The course covers, amongst others, techniques such as Phishing and its variations Vishing and Smishing, Malware & Ransomware, Password Security and Social Networking Dangers.

By the end of the cyber security awareness training, attendees will familiarise themselves with the latest attacks and techniques used in real-world scenarios and will:

  • be able to recognise real-world attack vectors;
  • learn how to prevent cyber-related incidents and data breaches; and
  • learn how to respond to a potential threat should they become a target.

A workforce which is cyber security aware helps in:

  • Preventing Data Breaches;
  • Preventing Reputation and Brand Damage;
  • Preventing Loss of Clients and Revenue; and
  • Improving your organisation’s overall security posture.

Get in touch now to add cyber security training to your company’s information security strategy.

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