Of course, it is important to have a well managed and maintained IT infrastructure, but today social engineering is the number one security threat to any organization. The alarming growth and sophistication of cyber attacks only make this problem worse, as cyber criminals go for the low hanging fruit: Employees.
Blue Star believes that Security Awareness Training is now an essential component of every company’s IT Security Posture (and a requirement for several industries). We firmly urge business owners and managers to raise the awareness of cyber security threats in the workplace through targeted employee education and ongoing reinforcement.
Our program will heighten the awareness and teach your users what to look for in attempted social engineering, spear phishing, and ransomware attacks; and it has been proven time and again that it works!
We have a very extensive library of security awareness training content and simulated attacks that are used to monitor how alert you users are to potential threats. We will customize our program to meet your objectives, and can even auto enroll new employees to make sure everyone is focused on minimizing the risks to your company
Blue Star Security Awareness Training Program Includes:
In Summary, no technology-based solution can overcome the problems caused by users who mistakenly or carelessly click on suspect links and thereby introduce malware into the corporate network. Consequently, users remain the first level of a layered defense in protecting an organization from these attacks and must receive appropriate security awareness training in order to recognize phishing characteristics and what to do when confronted with them.
”Many of the most damaging security penetrations are and will continue to be, due to social engineering, not electronic hacking or cracking… social engineering is the single greatest risk in the decade ahead” – Gartner
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