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User Awareness Training

Is security top of mind for your users? Have they stopped clicking on emails and links that are malicious? Are the compliance regulations surrounding user awareness being followed?

 

If you answered no to any of these questions, it may be time to talk to Saje about training your users!

 

Old-school security awareness training doesn't hack it anymore. Today, your employees are frequently exposed to sophisticated phishing and ransomware attacks. Cyber security threats continue to proliferate and become more costly to businesses that suffer a data breach. The 2018 Phishing By Industry Benchmarking Report reveals at-risk users that are susceptible to phishing or social engineering attacks. Taking it a step further, the research reveals radical drops in careless clicking after 90 days and 12 months of security awareness training.

Cyber Security Awareness Training is Required for Compliance

All security compliance regulations require cyber security awareness training. Without cyber security training, inappropriate employee behavior can render much of your security useless. Many security breaches are caused by unintentional employee behavior stemming from a lack of cyber security training. Good security requires proper security solutions, plus employee based security focused policies, and processes. Your entire organization must be aware of security threats and how to prevent them. They must be aware of what you expect them to do and how to react if a threat occurs.

Why should you train your users?

  • They are the last line of defense

  • Compliance regulations

  • Keeps security top of mind

  • Continuously changing threat landscape

  • Defines expectations for users

  • Lowers chance of compromise

What does Saje provide?

  • Ongoing training for everyone

  • Different levels of training for different employees

  • Combining phishing simulations with lessons learned

  • Online interactive training that is convenient and ongoing

  • Training assessments

  • Updated training based on new threats