Your Employees Need Cybersecurity Awareness Training (Here’s Why!)

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Provide Your Employees with Training on Cybersecurity Awareness


If you’re an IT company like us, your employees probably know all about cybersecurity training and have taken a cybersecurity training course before.

Most organizations that are not IT related have failed to implement a basic security awareness training program for their staff, leaving them exposed to new emerging threats and cyber attacks.

Remember, your company’s cybersecurity is only as strong as your weakest employee, and human error is typically the way that network infiltrations happen.

Phishing Scams Are The Most Successful Method of Breaching

When it comes to a hacker gaining access to your organization’s sensitive information, the number one way in which is it accomplished is through phishing emails. A specific type of phishing email called spear-phishing is becoming increasingly prevalent and hard to identify.

Spear-phishing is when an attacker searches for personal information belonging to an individual (such as on a social network) and uses it in an email to appear as a legitimate source to get them to provide passwords, account numbers, and PINs.

Give Your Customers Confidence When Choosing You

If your company had experienced a cyber attack recently, most people wouldn’t want to do business with you. Customers want to know that their information is being kept safe, and having security awareness training in place can be a badge of honor and a sign that you are open to keeping up with modern security threats.

A Data Breach Costs A Lot Of Money

According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach in 2020 was $3.86 million. The strengths of investing in security awareness training clearly outweigh the financial loss of a data leak. In addition to losing money, a data breach will also cause you to inevitably lose clients, lose revenue, and disrupt your normal operations.

Educate Your Staff on Cybersecurity “Hygiene”

Helping your staff recognize what is a threat and how to report suspicious incidents will prevent them from being victims of a cyber crime. Having a culture centered around threat prevention in the workplace will contribute to a much faster response time and lesser impact if a data breach were to happen.

All clients that partner with Shartega IT get access to our cybersecurity awareness training program to keep their staff informed and up to date on modern risks. If you’re interested in security awareness training for your business, visit this page to learn more.

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