Your best line of defence, your employees
From mitigating cyberthreats to promoting confidence in your employees, Security Awareness Training is an invaluable asset to your business.
If you haven’t already invested in a security training program, let us convince you.
Cyberattacks are getting more sophisticated by the minute, with remote work environments introducing new breeds of cyberattacks. When your employees are the first line of defence, Security Awareness Training will help them understand the severity of the threats they face.
With human errors inevitable and data breaches obliterating businesses, organizations transitioning to remote work need stronger cybersecurity for decentralized workspaces. Implementing routine security awareness and phishing detection training can greatly decrease the likelihood of a disaster.
MSnet Security Awareness Training launches on-demand security awareness training and simulated phishing emails to empower your employees to spot potential dangers and make the right decisions.
Security awareness training isn’t an exciting solution to cybersecurity problems. It doesn’t thrill you with innovation or wow you with next-level technology. But do you know what it does do?
This powerful, affordable secret weapon empowers your business to defeat cybercrime – and we’ve got the stats to prove it.
Because employees are the core of any business, they will be the main target for cyber criminals. Making sure your people stay up-to-date with cyber security knowledge, and teaching them to recognise threats, is imperative to the security of your business. The threat landscape is constantly evolving, and so should your approach to defence.
Trained and aware employees are critical to securing an organisation, and an effective, ongoing internal Security Awareness program can help reduce your company’s vulnerability, turning your employees into your cyber defences greatest strength.
of security breaches are
caused by human error
of malware is
delivered via email
Security Awareness Training and Phishing simulations go hand in hand. Phishing has become very sophisticated and almost undetectable, as criminals have found ways to make their E-mails as realistic as possible. Phishing simulations test employees on how they would respond to a real-life phishing attack. We can send these mock attacks at staggered times, avoiding the “prairie dog effect” where employees warn one another of the email, for the best measurement of all employees’ awareness. We’ll track which employees have clicked on a phishing email, who has given away their password and who has ignored the email.
Once a learning gap is detected, we’ll deliver interactive educational videos to the most susceptible users. These easy-to-understand, short and visually engaging training videos include an online quiz to verify the employee’s retention of the training content. Training can be delivered regularly, to reinforce the importance of every employee’s role in protecting your business.
Engaging training programs that instil a security-focused culture wherein employees actively participate and make fundamental changes to the security process.
Employees often use the same password for multiple services on the web, such as CRM, e-commerce sites, and social media. Proactive monitoring for stolen and compromised employee data on the Dark Web allows us to detect when a problem arises, before a major breach occurs.
It is not always disgruntled workers
and corporate spies who are a threat. Often, it is the non-malicious, uninformed employee. Our easy-to-understand, short and visually engaging training videos end with an online quiz to verify the employee’s retention of the training content.
We can send scheduled phishing campaigns, including customised messages to fit each group or department, at random times during a specified period. With an ever-changing threat, it is important that your employees are exposed to all the latest phishing traps set by criminals.
Your regular Security Threat Report will demonstrate the overall cybersecurity posture of your organisation, to include Dark Web credential compromises combined with employee phishing and training campaign results.