Your first line of defence always should be a fully cyber-aware workforce
Training means you can learn in a safe controlled environment. You can make mistakes and learn from them; understand how they can impact real scenarios without causing disasters. Especially in IT where the difference could essentially take a business offline for a few hours at best or days at worst.
You should provide training every 3-6 months; this ensures everything taught isn’t forgotten. The more exposure you get to something, you’re ten times more likely to remember it and implement it. This also gives you an opportunity to keep them up to date on the ever-changing Threat landscape in IT.
Cyber Security Awareness
Eradicate cyber security doubts and resolve invisible cyber flaws with penetration testing from Just Cyber Security.Manchester / Online Make an enquiry
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Phish Aware: Phishing training & simulation
You can create simulated phishing campaigns in a controlled environment. You can then explain the results and the different versions of phishing and the range of impacts they can have.View the course
Cyber security awareness
There’s a dangerous misconception that as long as you have a good firewall, reliable antivirus software, and other security accoutrements that you will be pretty much immune from cybercrime. This is incorrect. Though these solutions are downright essential for organisations of any size, hackers still have a shortcut into your network: your users themselves.View the course
Live hacking demonstration
This live hacking demo is our favourite part. Our Trainer Andy is a CEH certified ethical hacker. Meaning back in the day, he used to do this for a living. He will show you all the ways your systems can be hacked, what the easiest routes they take and what they are looking for.
Criminals will actively seek out information about digital assets belonging to their target(s) in order to discover their weaknesses and plan an effective cyberattack against them.What is Cyber Recon?
Cyber threats from inside your organisation are possible too malicious link, letting a vulnerability into your network or even someone purposely wanting to do your organisation harm.What are insider threats?
Persistence is where a cybercriminal establishes a hidden, long-term, backdoor connection into a system or network that they’ve compromised.What is a persistent threat?