Security Awareness Training
By applying psychological tactics that violate a team member’s trust within an organization, hackers can obtain the sensitive information they seek without having to breach system infrastructure. These practices can occur through phone calls, emails, social networks, or even being as bold as to physically gain unauthorized access to the building. Social engineering methods are non-technical and an intrusion of privacy.
Through human interaction, employees unknowingly provide criminals with information directly or accidentally by engaging with email phishing that has the ability to effect devices, networks, or systems company wide. Reduce the number of social engineering attacks, by equipping employees with training on how to identify and prohibit information from being compromised. Continual training is essential for ensuring the most current and up-to-date material is being distributed through the business.