Cyber Education

Raising the level of cyber awareness


Raising the level of cyber awareness within SME organisations is a critical step in empowering people to take effective action in preventing cyber-attack or minimising the impact of a cyber breach. It is unlikely that staff will take preventative or proactive steps to prevent a cyber-attack (ransomware) or other forms of attack, if they do not know they even exist. Providing focused, simple cybersecurity training and awareness initiatives are not only needed but cost-effective. They need to be delivered to consumers cost-effectively and be engaging and measurable. SME owners and their staff are time poor and simplifying the delivery of cyber awareness is a critical step toward a successful cyber defence.
25%

of all breaches result from simple human error and low tech acts of negligence

38%

of cyber claims could have been avoided if staff were educated and trained in cyber


Cyber Education

Failing to educate staff cyber threats will leave SMEs vulnerable.

Failing to educate staff on hacking and cyber threats will leave SMEs open to the most simple and avoidable threats. It follows that over a third of cyber claims in 2016 may have been avoided if cyber education and training was put in place for staff. CyberProtect 360 has an education platform that delivers training in 10-15-minute bite-sized modules, these modules raise the level of cyber awareness of staff and provides another layer of cyber defence.

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Cyber Education

Features and benefits


Determine the gaps

People are a critical asset to the business and need to be aware and able to act as another layer of cyber defence. By determining where the knowledge gaps are delivering focused training to close those gaps will empower them to take an active part in their organisation's cyber defence.

Focused training

By knowing the knowledge gaps, regulatory requirements and best practices, awareness training should be able to deliver online focused training to build the cyber knowledge and know-how, thus removing a favourite target hackers love to exploit, people. The training would include, attack types, impacts, how to identify them, what to do about them, hacker types and responsibilbities.

Legislation & Regulations

With the addition of the Notifiable Data Breach legislation to the Privacy ACT 1988, the General Data Protection Act (GDPR) out of the EU and further tightening of data privacy it is becoming clearer that anyone who accesses, stores, changes or transfers personal and private information may be held accountable for not abiding the laws and principles upon which that data is governed.

Cultural integration

The highest form of people defence in cyber is when your people are integrated into the cyber defence fabric. They know their responsibilities, help others and take cyber defence very seriously.

Implementation

This education can be implemented by an email enrollment of each staff member giving access to cloud-based hosted cyber education solution

Key challenges addressed
  • Developing people into human ‘firewalls’ (according to the OAIC, human error accounts for 37% of cyber-attacks).
  • Empowering people to make cybersecurity their responsibility.
  • Making people aware of simple ways to defend against common attacks.
  • Legal responsibilities.
  • Responsibility for data privacy is everyone's.
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