David McClelland, Technology Reporter
Cyber security in the workplace has become increasingly important as more organisations migrate to digital and the cloud. With the adoption of digital channels growing exponentially across all sectors, so too has the number of high profile data breaches and ransomware attacks.
As regulators and auditors seek evidence of security awareness activities, organisations are under enormous pressure to proactively protect their people, reputation, and valuable assets. Still, many cyber security awareness initiatives fall flat due to a lack of engagement from end users.
To efficiently and effectively build a highly skilled workforce that is prepared to address cyber threats in complex enterprise environments, it is vital to consider security awareness training as more than a compliance checkbox exercise.
Join us for our upcoming webcast as we explore how to establish a next-generation security training program that engages users and adapts to emerging threats.
This 30-minute webinar will discuss:
-Best practices for next-generation training
-Taking a targeted, tailored approach to security awareness training
-Building momentum for an awareness campaign and avoiding user fatigue
-Analysing your audience to create an awareness campaign that resonates
-Making your cyber awareness program relatable for your employees