Security Awareness

Online Security Awareness & Training

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What is Security Awareness?

For all businesses, the front-line are the employees. These employees are not only the face of your business, but they are also your last-line of defense against cyber-attacks. It is crucial that they are trained in how to recognize potential online threats from criminals who may be trying to use them as the conduit to infiltrate the company’s network, cause havoc and that they know how to respond to these threats.

FraudWatch International has developed an online security awareness and training program that educates employees about the threats that they will come into contact with on a regular basis.

It’s all done within the safety of a controlled environment.

How does it work?

Security Awareness works by sending mock malicious (i.e. phishing, malware, or ransomware) emails to employees, imitating the type of online threats and abuse that they would encounter in the real world, to see which employees might fall victim to the threat. If an employee clicks on a malicious link or opens a malicious attachment contained in the simulated attack, they will be redirected to an online training module which is designed to teach them all about the type of threat they just fell for. This will significantly reduce the risk of them falling for the same thing next time – when a criminal might be the one sending them the attack!

Which online threats will staff be trained in?

The Security Awareness program includes Security Awareness Training across a range of areas including (but not limited to): simulated phishing, simulated malware and ransomware, invoice fraud, and/or tax fraud.

As a world-leader in brand protection and take-downs, FraudWatch International has launched this service to assist clients by bringing them a world-class, managed Security Awareness training experience.

Contact us today to prevent loss from within your company.

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