Building the Human Firewall to Combat Socially Engineered Attacks training course help organizations to maintain constant vigilance and be aware of threats to our organization. Building the Human Firewall: Organization-Wide Strategies to Combat Socially Engineered Attacks.
Within recent years, data breaches resulting from phishing attacks have increased substantially and are perhaps one of the most dangerous threats to commercial, governmental, and nonprofit organizations today. As phishing attacks evolve by becoming more customized and sophisticated, these organizations must develop strategies to not only train their members to detect and avoid these attacks on an individual basis but also better coordinate and motivate members to work together to combat these attacks. By building this “human firewall”, individuals are included as part of the solution when managing information technology security, rather than the problem where they are frequently considered the “weakest link”.
Most Common Perceptions about Security Awareness
- People already know what to do
- Training does not work
- it’s not worth it because someone will still mess up
- It’s all about prevention
- It’s simple
Participants Key Learning
1. Baseline Testing
The process of building a strong human firewall begins with simulated phishing attacks to understand how phish-prone your business is. The exercise will help course participants to discover your strengths and weaknesses and the areas of improvement. Until you measure your capacity, you cannot implement training standards.
2. Cybersecurity Awareness
Best practices and procedures for all staff to follow in order to reduce risk and keep themselves and the company secure. Course participants will learn all about the modern cyber security threats they face, how to identify them and how they can help prevent them through simple day-to-day security procedures..
3. Phishing Your Employees
The participants would be tested on simulated phishing attacks. Rigorous and continuous phishing attacks when stimulated will test the susceptibility of the employees. This will help them remain alert and adjust their tactics to improve themselves over time.
4. Managing by Results
Similar to the concept of “wash, rinse, and repeat,” the management shall test, analyze the results, and repeat the stimulated attacks periodically targetting new information.
- Interactive one full day workshop, focused on day-to-day cyber security challenges, class discussions and learning about common cyber threats and counter measures.
- End Users / Business Users from all Departments
- Business worker who uses Emails, Business Applications, Social Media as part of their job.
- IT Officers / IT Managers
- Omni Academy’s Cyber Security Awareness Delegate Pack
- Cyber Industry Experienced Instructor
- Completion Certificate
- Lunch and Refreshments
Cyber Security Awareness Workshop
📌 1 Day Workshop in Karachi (46C, 24th Street DHA Phase-II, Karachi) | Online Class
✔ 10% Corporate Group Discounts (upto 10 or more registrations)
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