Cyber Security User Training
New kinds of threats:
Most Australian organisations have set up online security measures such as firewalls, anti-virus protection and back-up.
Because of this, hackers are increasingly targeting organisations on their new defensive weak spot: their employees.
Through social engineering attacks hackers contact employees and look for ways to pry into your companies networks.
All it takes is one click.
Once in, hackers can lock down your network and demand ransom to release it.
Whilst its tempting to think “it’ll never happen to me”, the chances of attack are high with the Australian Cyber Security Centre receiving 144 reports of cybercrime everyday from SMBs with an estimated annual cost of $300 million.
How we can help:
The best way of reducing the risk from online threats is to continuously test and train your employees to build their skills in identifying red flags and increase awareness of potential threats.
Friendlyware have partnered with the world’s leading Online Security Training Program – KnowBe4, to provide tailored testing and training to Australian Businesses. We offer:
Online based Training modules – Regular, short module based training ensures staff can fit the training in around their existing workloads.
Mock phishing attacks – Simulated email attacks provide an assessment of your team’s defenses and help train them for future attacks.
Regular and ongoing training plans – Training is based on a curriculum to ensure staff are trained on the range of skills required and are continuously improving those skills.
Reporting on employee results – Regular reporting provides you with an overview of your team’s performance, improvements and gaps.