The technical security measures of organisations are rapidly increasing alongside technology. Cybercriminals have therefore resorted to attacking the weakest link within the organisation: the employees. The human component is a highly interesting way in for cybercriminals. Research reveals that in a large number of successful data leaks or cyber theft, it was employees who subconsciously or unintentionally provided access to a hacker.
Have you, or your employees, ever considered the dangers of email, text messages, invoice and/or CEO fraud, social media, weak passwords, unsecured cameras, free WIFI or others?
The “Security Awareness” training focuses on the above topics and much more, and provides a ‘behind the scenes’ look at what cybercriminals are doing today to trap you, or your employees.
This two-hour course is given at a very understandable level using concrete real-life cases (videos, photos, live demo, etc.) that relate to both professional and personal life.
Forget hackers in hoodies: hacking is more than kids dressed in black.
The defenders/attackers view: the discrepancy between the protection and the tricks of a hacker.
The concept ‘Social Engineering’: the whats and whys
Practical ‘Social Engineering’ demo: a showcase of numerous techniques and tips on how to identify the real from the counterfeit.
Reconnaissance: the research phase before an attack.
Password cracking: a demonstration on how easy it is to hack an individual’s password.
Physical Security: bypassing a badge reader and other physical barriers
And more …
Training materials are reviewed and adapted in due time based on changes in the cyber landscape.
We also offer this training incompany
Do you prefer to organise this training on site for your whole team or department? We can do it! Ask us about the possibilities on incompany training.
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