We’re launching our new User Security Awareness Training
Posted 10th June 2020
How many people hold a key to access your site or building? We’d hazard that you don’t just hand out access to anyone. We also imagine that if one of your keyholders gave someone the keys and your business was then robbed, they would, at the very least, have their responsibilities removed from them.
So, how would it feel if we told you that every day, your team are potentially handing over the keys to your most important files and documents and that those keys are for sale on the Dark Web?
Even with the most fantastic security, up to date alarm systems and access controls, it’s still possible to break in if you have the right keys and codes. The same can be said for the right login details and passwords. That’s why LP Networks has launched our new User Security Awareness Training.
What’s User Security Awareness Training?
User Security Awareness Training teaches your team about how to spot suspicious and harmful phishing emails and ransomware attacks.
Every day phishing and ransomware emails make their way past firewalls and junk mail folders and into the hands of your last wall of defence, your staff.
Our training package allows you to identify the most phish prone members of your team and target the areas that they need to work on the most.
LP Networks’ extensive Security Awareness Training package doesn’t finish at the training though. As supporters of on the job learning we also create phishing simulations to see how much of the learning has been absorbed.
“Ah, but that will be straight after they’ve learnt it”
No! Our simulations can be set up to hit your user’s inboxes every month and you can track how much information is handed over. You can even create multiple simulations for different users and it’s a quick and easy set up. This means that you can constantly monitor your team’s knowledge and update training as and when required.
If you think your team could do with User Security Awareness Training take a look at our full offering (insert weblink) or contact us.
We’d suggest/guess that you don’t just hand out keys to anyone???
So, how would it feel if we told you that every day, simply by clicking on 1 link in a phishing email, your team are potentially handing over the keys to your most important files and documents and that those keys are for sale on the Dark Web?
User Security Awareness Training teaches your team about how to spot social engineering attacks using suspicious and harmful emails (phishing, spear phishing) and ransomware attacks
Our training package allows you to identify the members of your team most at risk to these phishing attacks and target the areas that they need to work on the most.
This means that you can constantly monitor your team’s exposure risk and update training as and when required.