Keep Your Team Aware Of The Latest Cyber Threats And How To Defend Against Them.
Carden IT Services’ cybersecurity awareness training helps to engage your entire team in the defence of your network.
Cybersecurity is more vital than ever. The number of data breaches, ransomware attacks, and other hacking incidents are on the rise and the growing prevalence of home working has opened a whole new raft of potential vulnerabilities.
Carden IT Services offer cybersecurity awareness training and a variety of tools to test your team’s preparedness.
What Does Cybersecurity Awareness Training Include?
We aim to give your entire team a comprehensive overview of the cybersecurity risks they need to be aware of, as well a concrete techniques and technologies they can use to better protect themselves and your business from online threats. This includes…
- Password Manager Training
Learn how to use a password manager to generate and store secure passwords.
- Phishing Email Training
Learn how to spot phishing emails which are trying to trick you into revealing sensitive data or downloading malware.
- Multi-Factor Authentication Training
Learn why MFA makes your accounts more secure and how to implement it.
- Social Engineering Training
Learn the techniques that hackers use to trick unsuspecting team members into granting them access and handing over sensitive data.
This training is followed up by real world exercises like out phishing email simulations, which let you test your ability to spot email scams in the wild, and penetration testing to check the readiness of both your team and your cyber defences.
Why Is Cybersecurity Awareness Training Important?
Human error is the leading cause of cybersecurity failures. Much of the human error which leads to vulnerabilities is down to a lack of awareness rather than complacency. By increasing the cybersecurity awareness of your team, ensuring that they are all engaged with the current best practices and that they understand the risks involved, reduces the chance of them making critical errors.
Many regulations such as the GDPR also require all your personnel to receive adequate cybersecurity training.