Cyber-Security Awareness Training
don't be fooled by phishing scams
cyber-security awareness training
CYBERCRIMINALS ARE TARGETING THE REMOTE WORKERS
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the current cybercrime activity is increasingly focused on businesses of all sizes as more and more employees are working from home. Cybercriminals are actively using phishing scams to trick remote workers but when these emails are opened, they lead to malware infections. 60 percent of all small businesses that are hacked end up closing shop within a year, that is an unfortunate accepted statistic. All sized businesses small, medium, and large are at risk, but the real potential risk that could be fatal to an organization is the small business. So, what can small business owners do at this time to protect themselves against cyberattacks? At this point, all companies should provide their employees with some sort of cybersecurity training in their policy manual.
REMOTE WORKFORCE RISK ASSESSMENT
With Our Strategic Partner, Security Pursuit will review the organization’s policies, procedures, designs and network architecture specific to supporting a large remote workforce. The team will examine existing access controls, authentication mechanisms, account provisioning and management, audit logging and monitoring, and endpoint security controls. With a specific focus on the client’s approach towards operations with a robust remote workforce, controls will be assessed against enterprise security best practices. Additionally, technical testing is conducted to ascertain the current security posture of the remote access network components. A gap analysis and prioritized remediation recommendations provide actionable steps to help improve your organization’s security posture.
SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING
Security Pursuit's executives share our experiences from the front lines to educate your employees about the best practices for protecting IT assets and data in the work-from-home era. This Zoom-based training is provided by a live instructor with senior-level cybersecurity experience. Topics include organizing a secure workspace, securing computers and other devices, wireless networking best practices, collaborating online, and social engineering threats in the modern age. At the conclusion of the training session the organization is provided video files to document the training sessions for compliance, and for training additional employees and new hires.