With cybercrime rates increasing every year, the number and variety of threat vectors growing exponentially, and malicious actors constantly improving and adding to their attack strategies, creating cybersecurity awareness within organizations has become one of the most effective ways of defending company assets and infrastructure against such attacks.
For your security awareness program to be effective, you need to make sure that it is tailored to your company’s culture, addresses all the threats to your environment in all areas of operation, and is designed to engage employees from all departments and teams. You also need to reassess and modify the program annually to make sure you stay ahead of evolving threat vectors and new attack trends.
How EthicalHat’s Security Awareness Service can help you
With several years of experience in preventing and dealing with cyber attacks and a deep knowledge of our clients’ varying security requirements, we understand the vast array of cyber threats, attack tactics and evolving attack trends that can cause the greatest damage to your organization if an incident were to occur.
A few ways in which our Security Awareness Program can help you are:
- Equipping your employees with the knowledge and the tools necessary to prepare for and deal with Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), social engineering campaigns, and the security issues that a BYOD policy can throw up.
- Making sure that your business, IT and software development teams are aware of the latest cyber attack and cyber security trends
- Preparing IEC material that provides important information about threats and effective defense strategies while also being interesting and engaging for employees at all levels.
Our Cybersecurity Awareness Content
We produce educational content in different formats designed to help employees understand the importance of cybersecurity and how best they can protect themselves and the company’s systems and data from cybercriminals.
Posters, Leaflets, and Stickers
Our posters are designed for maximum impact and cover a range of cybersecurity-related topics such as strong passwords, multi-factor authentication, protecting office assets, secure data sharing, phishing, social engineering tactics, etc. We also print leaflets for more targeted information dissemination and stickers that can be used on devices and workstations.
We also publish cybersecurity-specific newsletters that include information on the latest large-scale cyber attacks, data breaches, security advisories and patch releases, and general cybersecurity trends and technology.
Screensavers and Wallpapers for PCs and Laptops
Our security-related screensavers and wallpapers can be designed specifically for your organization and employees. We develop content that delivers the message in an engaging and funny manner and is sure to get the user’s attention.
We produce videos and short films on cybersecurity in collaboration with professional creative content producers. Our focus when developing content for videos is to make technical information as easy-to-understand and impactful as possible.
Spear-Phishing and Social Engineering Simulation
We also simulate spear-phishing and social engineering campaigns to assess your employees’ cybersecurity awareness and provide tips on detecting malicious emails and messages based on the response to the campaigns.
Discussions and Brainstorming Sessions with your IT Security Team
We conduct meetings with your IT Security team to understand your current security policies and implementation status, identify gap areas, and find ways to increase cybersecurity awareness among employees.
Talking to Business Heads and Key Decision-makers about Security
Additionally, we talk to the key decision-makers and C-Level executives in your organization about the importance of cybersecurity in today’s business environment and ways to prioritize information security
Finally, we can help you develop an Information Security Awareness Program tailored to your specific work environment and needs, and guide you during the implementation phase. We can also direct you to a set of excellent cybersecurity awareness resources and courses available for free online.