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Training and Awareness

The significance of security training and awareness program cannot be undermined. It is one of the key strategies to prevent and mitigate user risk. These programs are thoughtfully crafted to help users and employees to prevent and combat IT security breaches and frauds. A well-planned and efficacious awareness training session help the company employees to understand proper cyber hygiene, associated security risks, identification, and impact of cyber-attacks, etc.

Employee training by creating a strong learning environment and using an extensive content database creates a broad impact. Awareness of a variety of content ensures an expansive IT knowledge related to cybersecurity, GDPR, BCP/DR Desktop, Ransomware Tabletop, and more.

Cyber Security Awareness Training

Cyber Security Awareness Training

Employee negligence is one the top most reasons for an increase in security risks and breaches. This necessitates the enforcement of cybersecurity awareness at all levels and in all the departments of the organizations.

Our Cyber Security Awareness Training program helps the companies secure their IP and confidential data. Employees facing threats in their web browsers, networks, and email inboxes will be educated and updated.

The comprehensive cybersecurity awareness training program includes password protection, access privileges, secure network connection, social engineering, phishing, and device security including computer, mobile, and other personal devices.

GDPR Training

GDPR Training

Security breaches happen mostly due to human error and less often due to malicious attacks. Informed employees are more likely to notice and remain prepared, in the case of any breaches.

Our GDPR Training helps organizations to be aware and thereby avoid cyberattacks, security breaches, data losses etc., and improve their efficiency. Regular training also helps the companies learn and adhere to data protection compliance. General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR has become a stringent data privacy compliance norm and security requirement. Staff training is also a powerful evidence that reasonable steps were taken by the company to prevent breaches.

BCP/DR Desktop Exercise

BCP/DR Desktop Exercise

BCP or a Business Continuity Plan analyses impact, assesses risk, and builds the organisational capability to continue delivering products and services at predefined acceptable levels following a disruptive incident. The DR or disaster recovery plan is a documented and structured approach that focuses on resuming work after an unplanned incident. BCP plan aims to continue business operations in the wake of an incident and DR is the use of technology and infrastructure after the disaster has happened.

Organizations must ensure the effectiveness of the plan by training the team members on action areas if such an incident or disruption occurs. Our BCP test can be a table-top test where a mock disaster is used to ensure that the employees know what to do. In the DR test, the connections are made unavailable and the backup technologies are implemented to match Recovery Time Objective.

Ransomware Tabletop Exercise

Ransomware Tabletop Exercise

Ransomware tabletop exercises help businesses find whether they are equipped to deal with a ransomware attack or not. With rising ransomware attacks, the only way to protect your organization from an attack is to remain prepared and test the efficacy of the preparation in a simulated environment.

Ransomware Tabletop Exercise is a simulated exercise that exposes your business to a mock ransomware attack. During the exercise, the staff is encouraged to share their actions in the case of a ransomware attack.

Their decisions will be reviewed by our experts and appropriate training will be provided to improve their response.



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