Training and Awareness Program
Today no organization, large or small, is safe from cyber-attacks Cyber Criminals know that the easiest way to access secure networks or steal data is to target people who already have access and steal their login credentials. With cyber criminals increasingly targeting remote workers in order to gain control to corporate networks, it is more important than ever to ensure that your employees know how to recognize when they are being attacked.
Your employees are your first and primary line of defence against online crime. That’s where cyber security awareness training comes into play, equipping your employees with the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves from criminal elements.
Effective security awareness training helps employees understand proper cyber hygiene, the security risks associated with their actions and to identify cyber-attacks they may encounter via email and the web.
The training will educate your workforce about the nature of cyber threats, and the means to protect against them. The training service is suitable for your entire workforce, from technical to non-technical employees and contractors.
What topics should be covered in Awareness training?
- Current threats
- Attack red flags
- Defensive procedures
- Threat reaction plans
Security awareness training/ network security training should always be based on real-life attack simulations that are in line with the most recent criminal trends. Hackers are always evolving their approaches and technologies, and so your company must always be upgrading its defence training to keep vulnerabilities low.
Why ANA Cyber?
We spcialise in this kind of training. On-site training is provided in all the major sectors, where our team of trainers and specialized instructors come to your college, school, corporate or government office and impart technical know-how and skill sets. Additional benefits include:
- Expert content.
- Professional Speakers – Subject Matter Expert with Industrial Working Experience.
- Real-life attack simulations
- Interactive Questions