Train your employees on security best practices.
7 Cybersecurity Awareness Best Practices for Employees
- Make Cybersecurity Clear To Your Employees
- Encourage Taking Great Care Over Your Devices
- Teach Employees How to Spot Suspicious Activity
- Reinforce Confidentiality
- Examine Individual Cases of Cybersecurity Breaches
- Take Advantage of Online Cybersecurity Courses
- Make Cybersecurity Awareness an Ongoing Conversation
What should employee security training include?
- Email Security
- Social Engineering
- Physical Security
- Malware Awareness
- Social Media
- BYOD And Mobile Security
- Passwords & Authentication
- Safe Internet Browsing
Incident Response Training
Train your IT team on how to detect and prevent cybersecurity incidents.
What is incident response training?
The incident response curriculum provides a range of training offerings for beginner and intermediate cyber professionals encompassing basic cybersecurity awareness and best practices for organizations and hands-on cyber range training courses for incident response.
What are the 7 steps of incident response?
- Test and Repeat
Three levels of incidents:
A critical incident with very high impact
A major incident with significant impact
A minor incident with low impact
Cybersecurity Leadership Training
Train your leadership on security strategy and roadmaps.
What is a cybersecurity leadership plan?
The Cybersecurity Leadership Curriculum develops cyber leaders who have the practical skills to build and lead security teams, communicate with technical and business leaders alike, and develop capabilities that build your organization’s success.
Why is leadership important in cybersecurity?
As cybercrimes become more prevalent, the security of a network needs more than just a firewall and antivirus to protect it. It requires the attention of business leaders. CEOs and business leaders are in a position that can influence others; therefore it is they that must ensure specific things are in place.
What is the role of CEO in information security?
Your organization’s cybersecurity starts and ends at the highest level of management. The CEO, together with the board, must maintain understanding of the risks and assume ultimate accountability and responsibility for the organization’s cybersecurity activities and personnel.
Why are senior leaders a primary target for cyber attacks?
Senior executives are among the favorite targets of malicious hackers and other bad actors, in part because they are more likely to hold valuable information — or have a high level of access to such data.