Cybersecurity Awareness is a literacy course that focuses on cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities within an organization's technical and personnel environment. The individual is considered the weakest link and the primary vulnerability within an organization as it pertains to cyber threats. Technical means to improve security are not enough. Personal awareness of the cybersecurity landscape is considered to be a much more effective approach than technical measures alone. Cybersecurity Awareness seeks to equip individuals with the information they need to protect themselves and their organization's assets from loss or harm.
We work closely with your team to outline the needs that will guide your long-term vision, and we support the journey with change management strategies.
We advise you on both individual and team change-management strategies and make sure all voices are heard in order to foster accountability and encourage change throughout the organization.
We help you measure employees’ attitudes and behaviors, delivering a data-rich fact base that describes your current state that translates into measurable goals.
Our expertise is grounded by our own track record as well as the experiences of internal and external partners and practitioners.
The Effects of Cybersecurity Awareness Training
Course Material Promotes
Awareness and strategies for identifying gaps in cybersecurity awareness.
Identifying obstacles preventing cybersecurity awareness.
Techniques that can be used personally and professionally to increase cybersecurity awareness and create a culture of responsibility and communication.
Everyone: Because this affects everyone!
Educational Institutions: (High Schools/Colleges/Adult Continued Ed Programs, eLearning Institutions)
Professional Entities: (Non-Profit, Law Enforcement Agencies, HealthCare Facilities, Humane Service Centers, Government Agencies, Corporate America)
Informal Education: (Museums, Nature Reserve/Wildlife Conservation Facilities)
Why Is It Important?
Individual: how it affects individuals professionally and personally.
Group: how it affects people as they interact with the technology ecosystem.
Company: how it affects the entire organization and it's profitability and success.
Local Impact: how cybersecurity awareness impacts the community either positively or negatively.
Worldly Impact: how it affects the world economically, socially, logistically, and politically.
Although most organizations now have mandatory cybersecurity awareness training, 61% of employees still fail when tested.
95% of cybersecurity breaches or incidents are caused by human error with no malicious intent.
64% of U.S Citizens have never checked to see if they were impacted by a known data breach.
56% of U.S. Citizens do not know what steps to take in the event of a data breach or other cybersecurity incident.