CYBER AWARENESS TRAINING (CAT)
Our group Cyber Awareness training sessions have proven to be an invaluable resource for businesses. Our aim is to help you stay one step ahead of the growing threat of security breaches. At Heliocentrix we firmly believe that knowledge is at the core of every successful enterprise. We believe in offering you practical solutions.The CAT seminar covers the following topics:
How real is the threat?
Together we explore the financial implications for your business.We discuss malware, phishing and ransomware, explaining the dangers.How safe is your business? That’s the question you need to ask yourself.
Rules and regulations
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May this year and forms part of the UK’s data protection regime together with the new Data Protection Act 2018.What does that mean for your business and your customer data?We explain what constitutes a security breach and what it could mean for you.
How easy is an attack?
Have you considered password security? What about Social Media or hoax phone calls? We give you the tools to help you understand how vulnerable you might be.
Using hacker role-play we explore how some businesses have been fooled in the past. We also discuss how you can raise staff awareness.
Information Management Solutions
We give you practical strategies to help reduce risk and discuss different types of information – safety, security and storage.
Why does it matter to my business?
GDPR sets out the standards for all laws and governance relating to the personal data for every EU citizen.Key #1: Any personal data your business stores, whether electronic or paper, that can directly identify an individual, must be held securely by law.Key#2: Act responsibly. You will need to be able to prove that you have carried out every reasonable act to protect data – an audit trail is vital part of your toolkit.
You must use the strongest levels of security available. An essential part of the process is demonstrating your understanding of data protection. We recommend that all staff are regularly trained on different aspects of cyber threats; ideally three times a year but at a minimum of once a year.
Be the first line of defence, not the last
Staff training is one of the recommended ways to protect your organisation from cyber threats. We can design a bespoke training session for your company, or you can send one or two representatives to a group session. We use a seminar format where groups are encouraged to engage in conversation about issues enabling them to get the most out of the session.For more information on our training programmes, to book a place or ask a question, please contact us on 01732 600170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org