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Human error plays a significant role in cyber attacks, making it crucial to create solid security awareness in employees. It will instil knowledge and confidence in your employees to recognise threats early and respond effectively. Offering ongoing security awareness training will reinforce the importance of security education in your organisation and build a security awareness culture.

If a security incident occurs, repairing and reinstating normal business operations may be costly and time-consuming. But if your organisation or business has security awareness training, there is far less likelihood that a cyber attacker will hack your system, which means less downtime.

Cybersecurity compliance means the organisation must adhere to the standards and regulatory requirements set out by law. If your organisation handles sensitive information, you must ensure that you comply with security regulatory compliance by providing adequate employee training. It will ensure that your employees are familiar with security compliance training policies and know how to handle sensitive data.

Security awareness training reduces the risk that could lead to data breaches and financial losses. Your employees will be mindful of information security best practices as they use technology like emails, social media and websites in the workplace. Also, cybersecurity awareness training will educate your employees to understand common types of attacks like phishing and spear phishing.

Your clients are becoming increasingly aware of cybersecurity risks and the different types of threats that exist. To build confidence and make your customers trust you, you must implement tools and technologies to your cyber resilience. Cyber attack awareness training will help ensure that all your employees follow best practices to mitigate security threats, making your clients more likely to do business with you.

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A good cybersecurity awareness training program should be multifaceted, with a collection of lessons and learning opportunities to engage employees in your organisation.

Also, a comprehensive security program should be role-based, delivering instructional materials that meet the needs of your employees to ensure anyone doesn't put the organisation at risk.

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Phishing is social engineering, where cyber attackers send fraudulent emails to unsuspecting users to trick them into revealing confidential information. Your employees need constant training to spot a phishing attack and report it to avoid being targeted. Real-world simulated phishing attacks will test awareness and reinforce proper practices at the point of click.

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Passwords are essential in keeping user authentication and preventing attackers from stealing your data. Your employees should understand how to create difficult-to-guess passwords to secure their accounts. Also, they should understand the risk of using the same password for personal and corporate accounts.

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Ransomware is another way cybercriminals can attack your organisation. It involves using malicious software that encrypts data on your computer until a sum of money (ransom) is paid to the attackers. Your employees must be aware that ransomware is one of the threats attackers use to target businesses and prevent it from not happening in the first place.

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Information security for organisations is the practice of protecting digital assets from cyber attackers. Since attackers are trying to steal your organisation's data, employees should be careful when sharing sensitive information online. Also, they should know your organisation's security policies and take sensitive data very seriously.

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Another cybersecurity awareness topic is removable media, which can be a significant risk factor for cyberattacks if not taken seriously. Your employees should know how to protect sensitive information stored in USB drives, external hard drives and other portable devices. Also, they must be cautious when plugging external drives into your organisation's system.

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Cloud security refers to the technologies, controls, policies and services put in place to protect data, applications and infrastructure in the cloud from cyber criminals. Security awareness training will help to guide your employees through the secure use of cloud base applications.

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At Microminder, we take a holistic approach to addressing cybersecurity issues. We understand that threats and technologies are constantly changing, so we tailor our security awareness training to suit your organisation's needs. Our cybersecurity awareness training effectively changes your employees' mindset toward cultivating a secure work culture to prevent future attacks.

We bring intelligence and mindset together.

Transform your cyber security strategy and make it your competitive advantage. Drive cost efficiency and seamlessly build a roadmap. Let’s do it right the first time!

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