Our group (CAT) training sessions have proven to be an invaluable resource for allowing our clients to 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 and offer you practical solutions. Our cyber awareness training seminar covers the following topics:
Looking at the financial implications for your business
Malware, phishing and ransomware. What are the dangers?
How safe is my business?
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force in May 2018 and updates the Data Protection Act 1998.
What will that mean for my business and our customer data?
What is a security breach and what does it mean?
Stop Think Click
Social Media and hoax phone calls
How vulnerable are we?
Hacker role-play. Can you be fooled?
Raising staff awareness
Practical strategies to reduce risk
Different types of information – safety and storage
GDPR is a new EU directive coming into force in May 2018 that will set 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 and an essential part of the process is demonstrating your understanding of data protection. We recommend that all staff are trained at ideally 3 times a year, with a minimum of once a year, covering different aspects of cyber threats.
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 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