Credential misuses is one of the fastest ways for a company to suffer a data breach. Employees that are writing down passwords on sticky notes or sharing administrator passwords to eliminate bothersome approval steps are putting the security of their company's data in danger
Today's sophisticated phishing scams can be hard for even a seasoned professional to see through. Employees who are not educated on risks are prime targets for social engineering, especially if they are fearful of the repercussions of missing a message or asking for help
Employees can be inattentive to security protocols when they are stressed, rushed, overwhelmed, or just confused. Those mistakes are understandable. However, employees can also be inattentive to security protocols because they just don't take it seriously, and that's a problem
As humans, we will inevitably make mistakes. That is why the number one cause of data breach never changes - it is always human error
Security breaches, error payments, virus, malware, and ransomware can be prevented by software, but your employees; lack of security awareness training might make these tools obsolete.
With engaging training programs that instil a security focused culture where employees actively participate and make fundamental changes to the security process, you can make employees part of your security solution.
Test simulations that mimic real-life phishing and business email compromise attacks can be launched as often as desired and automatically staggered to prevent employees from receiving the emails all at the same time providing a true report on your employees; security awareness.
Your employees are more likely to grasp and adhere to training if it is engaging and informative. Short, animated, explainer videos and quizzes provide an efficient and measurable learning environment.
Keep employee skills up to date and make security awareness a routine by customising your training schedule. Launch on-demand training or set it to launch regularly on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.
Analytics and Reports:
Robust analytics track and measure the effectiveness of your phishing campaign, reporting results for the entire team, right down to induvial members requiring additional training