Security Awareness Training

Turn your employees from security liabilities into a valuable first line of defense against today’s cyber threats. Our security awareness training gives your team access to tools and techniques to more easily identify threats such as phishing emails. Our managed social engineering service analyzes whether members of your team are still susceptible to threats by sending fake phishing messages and tracking the results.

Employees are one of the biggest threats to an organization’s information security. When they lack security awareness and do not understand the risks they face then they are more likely to cause a data breach. Accordingly, cybersecurity training should be an integral part of every organization’s overall security strategy.

Examples of breaches caused by employee negligence include:

  • An unencrypted laptop containing personally identifiable information (“PII”) was stolen from an employee’s unlocked car.
  • A secretary was tricked by a phishing email and disclosed her username and password to the company network.
  • An old computer containing protected health information (“PHI”) was sold on eBay without first wiping the data from the hard drive.
  • An employee opened an email attachment that secretly installed malware. The malware captured the company’s banking login credentials and cyber criminals subsequently stole over $150,000 from the company’s bank account.

Information Security Training and Awareness Programs

Information security training and awareness programs can transform an employee from being a cybersecurity liability into a valuable first line of defense for protecting an organization’s data. KERUBIEL offers customized training programs where the scope of each session is determined by your risk and compliance objectives. Then, our experienced trainers will provide either onsite or remote training. Whether it is general IS, Risk and Compliance or other security awareness training, KERUBIEL will help your employees become more prepared on how to protect your organization’s sensitive data.

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