IT Training and Complaince

Phishing and Cyber Security Awareness Training

Our Goal
Our goal should be to change your organization’s overall culture so that all employees actively work to reduce risk from cybersecurity threats, and for this document, particularly threats from social engineering and phishing. No matter how well thought out and deployed, some amount of social engineering and phishing will always get past your policies and technical defenses, so training is needed to help users recognize threats and to take the appropriate actions.
Readers should have a clear understanding of the threats. Definitions which should be included: Social Engineering, Phishing, Spear Phishing, Ransomware, CEO Wire Fraud, Smishing, Vishing, Patching, etc. Here are two example definitions you can use:

Social engineering is the act of deceptively manipulating people into performing actions or divulging login information or confidential information contrary to their or their organization’s best interests. Social engineering can be performed in person, using a paper-based delivery method (like the postal service), over a phone, or digitally/online.

Phishing is a type of social engineering which typically refers to digital and online methods, including: email, websites, instant messaging, and Short Messaging Service (SMS) text messages, but it can also include voice calls (i.e., vishing). The most common methods involve sending fraudulent emails to potential victims or tricking website visitors into divulging login information or into running Trojan Horse malware programs. The threat of social engineering and phishing is a significant problem in every country and organization.

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Security Awareness Training Cycle
KnowBe4 has been providing elite security awareness training services, tools, and methodologies since 2010. Customers following our recommendations significantly reduce the risk of hacker or malware success due to social engineering and malware. As shown in the graphic below, KnowBe4 customers have an average risk reduction of 87% in one year. They take the “Phish-Prone™” percentage of employees from almost 38% to less than 5% in a year. It would be difficult to find another computer security defense with a better, demonstrated risk reduction.