Empower your employees to understand and address cyber security, reducing your business' exposure to cyber risk
At the end of this session the participants will understand:
CSAT empowers your employees to understand and address cyber security, thereby reducing your business’s exposure to cyber risk. It is a critical component of a cyber security strategy, and is a big step towards fulfilling your obligations under the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulations.
Did you know..?
Information Commissioner's Office data indicates 93% of Data Protection Act breaches are caused by human error.
What is cyber?
- Understanding what we mean when we use the word "cyber".
Consequences of cyber risks
- Reputation damage.
- Financial risk.
- Legal implications.
Understanding data protection
- Data Protection obligations.
- All data is valuable.
- Recognising what data you hold, and where you hold it.
- Classification of data.
- Protecting your data.
Defending against common threats
- Social engineering.
- Password management.
- USB drives.
- Mobile devices.
- Social media.
- Public WiFi.
- Physical security.
Did you know..?
Inadvertent human error (48%) and lack of staff awareness (33%) were all contributing factors in causing the single worst breach that businesses suffered in 2015.PwC ISBS 2015
An optional participant pre-training questionnaire.
A colour printed notepad for personal notes.
A Cyber Safety At Work advice pack to reinforce the training.
Sessions last up to 4 hours, depending on your requirements.
Delivered at your offices or a venue of your choice.
The training provided was insightful and thought provoking …measures can be taken to protect your data in a climate where the threats change on an almost weekly basis.Caroline Bramhall, Training & Competency Manager, Russell Scanlan Insurance Brokers