User Awareness

Training and Remediation


Are you worried about potential cyber attacks on your business? Do you want to ensure that your employees are well-equipped to identify and prevent cyber threats? Our team of experts offer extensive User Awareness Training and Remediation.

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What you Can Expect

With OurTraining and Remediation

Proper Training and Remediation for employees.

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Health Checks

Regular Website/API/Domain Health Checks
Web Security Assessment
Security Reporting
Security Posture Reviews
Software Updates

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Well-documented Procedures
Security Policy Design
Security Reports Before and After Testing
Presentations of Findings

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Security Awareness Training

User Best Practices
Minimizes Risk
Educates Employees
Secures Your Business
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Did you know that many organizations still don’t comply with established security frameworks, adhere to security best practices, or properly protect sensitive information?
It’s important to remember that risk factors can evolve over time, and new threats may emerge. A proactive approach to cybersecurity, including staying informed about the latest threats and implementing best practices, can help mitigate these risks.

  • Financial losses/stock impact
  • Loss of customer trust
  • Legal and regulatory consequences
  • Operational disruptions
  • Intellectual property theft
  • Damage to brand reputation

What User Awareness Training and Remediation Includes?

Cybersecurity user awareness training and remediation is a critical component of any organization's overall cybersecurity strategy. It involves educating employees and other authorized users on how to identify and avoid cyber threats such as phishing attacks, malware, and social engineering tactics. This type of training typically includes a combination of classroom instruction, online courses, and simulated scenarios designed to simulate real-world cyber attacks. The goal of cybersecurity user awareness training is to make employees more vigilant and proactive in identifying and reporting potential cyber threats. This includes teaching them how to identify suspicious emails, how to avoid downloading malware, and how to recognize phishing scams. It also involves educating employees on the importance of strong passwords, two-factor authentication, and other security best practices. In addition to training, cybersecurity user awareness remediation also includes ongoing monitoring and evaluation to ensure that employees are following best practices and that the organization's cybersecurity posture is continually improving. This may include regular security audits, penetration testing, and other assessments designed to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the organization's security infrastructure. Overall, cybersecurity user awareness training and remediation is an essential component of any organization's cybersecurity strategy. By educating employees and other authorized users on how to identify and avoid cyber threats, organizations can significantly reduce their risk of falling victim to a cyber attack, protecting sensitive data and critical systems from harm.

Why You Need User Awareness

User awareness is important for more than just protecting against cyber threats. It also helps to create a culture of cyber security within an organization. When employees are aware of the risks and take steps to protect themselves, they are more likely to be vigilant and proactive in their approach to cyber security. This can lead to a more secure overall environment and reduce the likelihood of a breach.

Steps Involved in Our Training and Remediation

Proper knowledge transfer to users involves various important steps. Each step ensures users are trained properly in avoiding cyber security rtisks.

Step 1.Health Checks

A cyber security health check typically involves an assessment of the company’s hardware, software, and network systems. This includes reviewing firewalls, antivirus software, password policies, data encryption methods, and more. The goal is to identify any areas of weakness or vulnerability that could be exploited by hackers, and then take steps to address those issues.

Effective cyber security documentation is essential for ensuring that everyone in your organization understands the risks and knows how to mitigate them. It helps establish clear guidelines for how to handle sensitive data and what steps to take in the event of a security incident. Additionally, good documentation can help you comply with regulations and demonstrate to stakeholders that you take security seriously.

Step 2.Documentation

Step 3.Security Awareness Training

By providing cybersecurity awareness training to employees, organizations can reduce the likelihood of cyber-attacks and data breaches. The training covers various topics, including password management, phishing attacks, malware, social engineering, and data protection. It also teaches employees how to secure their devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets, which can be vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

Cyber security remediation involves identifying vulnerabilities in your IT systems and taking steps to address them. This can include implementing security patches and updates, conducting regular security audits, and training employees on best practices for cyber security.

Step 4.Remediation

Frequently AskedQuestions

Although it depends on the project scale and scope, security health checks are done at least once a month but often happen a few times a month.

As of now we do not provide training videos, however, knowledge transfer screen recordings may be provided depending on the risk.

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