Security Awareness Training

How outdated clasroom-style compares with modern computer-based SAT.

OLD-SCHOOL VS NEW-SCHOOL

Clasroom/PPT

Tick-box driven, rushed & crammed into single sessions.

Computer-Based

Human-focused, designed to improve behaviour & culture.
Boring, unengaging and difficult to retain key info.
Bite-sized training, with interactive & engaging content.
Irregular training (e.g. once-per-year) with outdated content that misses out key threats.
Ongoing and regular learning, with up-to-date content that addresses modern and relevant threats.
Difficult to measure progress, successes, failures & ROI.
Easily report on progress, ROI & demonstrate compliance efforts.

OLD-SCHOOL VS NEW-SCHOOL

OLD-SCHOOL
Classroom/PPT
NEW-SCHOOL
Computer-Based
Tick-box driven, rushed & crammed into single sessions. Human-focused, designed to improve behaviour & culture.
Boring, unengaging and difficult to retain key info. Bite-sized training, with interactive & engaging content.
Irregular training (e.g. once-per-year) with outdated content that misses out key threats. Ongoing and regular learning, with up-to-date content that addresses modern and relevant threats.
Difficult to measure progress, successes, failures & ROI. Easily report on progress, ROI & demonstrate compliance efforts.

Clasroom/PPT

Tick-box driven, rushed & crammed into single sessions.

Computer-Based

Human-focused, designed to improve behaviour & culture.

Clasroom/PPT

Irregular training (e.g. once-per-year) with outdated content that misses out key threats.

Computer-Based

Ongoing and regular learning, with up-to-date content that addresses modern and relevant threats.

Clasroom/PPT

Boring, unengaging and difficult to retain key info.

Computer-Based

Bite-sized training, with interactive & engaging content.

Clasroom/PPT

Difficult to measure progress, successes, failures & ROI.

Computer-Based

Easily report on progress, ROI & demonstrate compliance efforts.

4 REASONS TO DELIVER SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING

Four key statistics.

Security-related incidents are reduced by 70% when businesses invest in cyber security awareness training.

A modest investment in training has a 72% chance of reducing the business impact of a cyber attack.

According to Ponemon, even the least effective training programs have a 7-fold ROI.

93% of cyber security professionals agree that humans and tech need to work together to detect and respond to threats, like phishing.

COVID-19 PHISHING SCAMS

Look out for these Coronavirus (COVID-19) phishing scams doing the round.

"COVID-19 TAX REFUND"

This phishing message claims to be a HMRC tax refund communication. Clicking on “access your funds now” would take you to a fake government webpage, encouraging you to input your financial and tax information.

"CLICK HERE FOR A CURE"

This message purports to be from a doctor who has details of a vaccine being covered up by the Chinese and UK governments. Clicking on the attachment takes you to a spoofed page designed to harvest login details.

"DOWNLOAD SAFETY MEASURES"

Here, hackers pretend to represent World Health Organization (WHO) and claim that an attached document details how recipients can prevent the disease’s spread.

"VIRUS IS NOW AIRBORNE"

Impersonation the CDC and claiming to offer information on local high-risk places, this phishing email will take you to a fake Microsoft login page and requests your email and password.

"DONATE HERE TO HELP"

Another CDC impersonation, this email asks for donations to develop a vaccine and requests payments be made in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.

PRICING

Security Awareness Training

$ 198
inc GST (includes setup)
  • Full Security Awareness Assessment​
  • Full set of company Policy Documents​
  • 6 Months Training for up to 5 people (additional users $22 for 6 months each)​