October is internationally recognized as Cyber Security Awareness Month with a focus on educating the public on the vital role that cyber security plays in today’s increasingly digital world. To help support this important public awareness campaign, CYPFER is featuring special cyber security awareness content and events throughout the month of October.
The Importance of Cyber Awareness Training
When a CEO is confronted with a cyber-attack or data breach, they start to worry about their vulnerabilities in the technology they use and forget to look at the very people using those technologies everyday – their employees.
Since serious threats to personal data are high at all time. Individuals and businesses of all sizes need to remain diligent in protecting themselves from hackers and data breaches. Across the world, hackers are taking control of networks, locking away files and demanding sizable ransoms to return data to the rightful owner. From phishing attacks to ransomware and advanced persistent threats attacks, these days it is not a case of if companies get breached, but more of when. The best way for business directors, CEOs and managers to combat this threat is to create a risk-aware workplace culture, and that starts with cyber security awareness.
When you strive to create a risk aware culture within the workplace, you’re preventing your employees from becoming unknowingly complicit in cyber-crime activity.
CYPFER to the Rescue
At its core, CYPFER is a Global Threat Intelligence organization. Our team of in-house digital forensics experts that have been helping organizations successfully respond to cyber breaches and cyber incidents for many years. Time and time again our experts determine the exact point where a cybercriminal tricked an employee and how they did it. Reverse engineering the forensics of these crimes is where our lessons begin. The best way to truly teach awareness is to truly understand how criminals are winning, this can only be done with a team of Global Threat Intelligence experts.
When you strive to create a risk-aware culture within the workplace, you’re preventing your employees from becoming unknowingly complicit in cyber-crime activity.