Educate your team with Security Awareness Training
With 90% of successful network breaches caused by user error, end-user education is an essential component for security posture. All it takes is one employee clicking on a malicious link to put an entire organization at risk. With Integris Security Awareness Training, simulated phishing exercises, and end-user education ensures teams can identify suspicious activity and prevent cybersecurity incidents as they arise.
As more companies move to the cloud and involve the Internet in storage, transmission, and access for data, it’s critical for employees to embrace increasing security standards.
How Security Awareness Training works
A formal Security Awareness Training process includes the following:
- Understanding employee responsibilities in accessing and handling secure data.
- Requirements for the transmission, storage, and potential destruction of this data.
- How to establish the most secure passwords and the company’s authentication policy.
- Understanding of security concerns like phishing, malware, viruses, etc.
- Workplace physical security, including knowledge of who should have access and when.
What’s equally important is for employees to understand what can happen if just one team member fails in any of these areas. Employees are truly the first line of defense for any company, and it’s so easy for companies to arm employees with the proper tools to protect a company’s most sensitive asset: information. Avoid catastrophic consequences by outlining processes for Security Awareness Training.