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Security Awareness Training for Elite Employees 

A great company operates on the most advanced servers over the fastest network connection, surrounded by the most holistic cybersecurity solutions. But without the right training, your workforce can miss a sophisticated attack masqueraded as an unassuming email or link. With the door left wide open, cybercriminals will plunder the data. You’ve invested too much in your cyber defense not to prepare your gatekeepers. With the right training, your team will know how to avoid these threats and keep your data secure.

Get the missing piece for your IT infrastructure with security awareness training from a trusted technology partner. The experts at CMIT Orlando will help your employees discover what knowledge is needed to avoid falling victim to these attacks. Come with us as we delve into the four most common threats they need to know and understand.

  1. GonePhishing

Imagine this. It’s a Monday morning, and one of your long-time employees is enjoying their coffee while reading through emails. They receive one with your name on it, asking for their login credentials as part of a company audit. Your employee sends the information along, and before lunch, your entire network has been compromised. 

Had your employee received the right training, they would have noticed the email, claiming to be from you, was actually from a random email address. According to Symantec, 65 percent of all known phishing email attacks used this targeting method. Spoofing and phishing attacks through email have long been a common threat, and they are becoming more convincing as time goes on. Ensure your team is prepared with the right training.

  1. You’ve Got Malware

Once a cybercriminal gains access to your data network, it can be extremely difficult to stop it. According to Business Insider, a form of malware known as a computer worm is rising in popularity. This malware is designed to gain access through one device and then crawl its way through all the others on the network.

With the right training, your employees can avoid malware like computer worms and ransomware. It’s as simple as identifying which links are suspicious or not.

  1. What’s the Password?

Most professionals know the dangers of using the same password for all logins. But if your team doesn’t follow the right password protocols, they have a high chance of being compromised. Here are some excellent tactics that your employees can be trained to follow:

  • Always use a unique password for each online account
  • Randomly generate your passwords– phrases are easier to guess
  • Use a mix of letters, numbers and symbols in your passwords
  • Password managers are a great tool for securely saving credentials
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) will prevent the use of stolen credentials

Help your employees understand these tips so they can be implemented into their workflow. Your data will stand a much greater chance of remaining secure.

  1. ProtectRemote Teams

2020 has brought remote work into the mainstream, and many businesses are making it a staple of their workforce. According to Global Workplace Analytics, 4.7 million employees in the U.S. work from home at least half the week. If your team is part of this statistic, following these two tips could very well save your business from a cyberattack:

  • Enable full-disk encryption forpersonal devices
  • Use a VPN on devices when working from untrusted Wi-Fi

Personal devices and unsecured networks are constantly poking holes in the security of organizations around the world. But if you can prepare your users to operate smarter, the threats diminish quickly.

CMIT Solutions Orlando Can Prepare Your Team

Don’t allow cybersecurity investment to go to waste. If you’re concerned that your employees may not have the knowledge necessary to combat the constant barrage of cyberattacks, we’re here to prepare them. We can ensure every team member has the security awareness training they need. Meet with us today to make your data protection plan complete.



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