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Free Security Awareness Training

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Train your employees against cyber threats that cause data breaches and ransomware. Learn how to achieve 100% coverage and 95% risk reduction.

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How it works:

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Upload target users to the platform.
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Send training to employees from 1200+ materials available in 36+ languages.
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Employees who successfully complete the training receive certificates automatically.
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AWARENESS

You'll have the following values:

Risk Reduction: Lowers the risk of cyber threats and data breaches by educating employees on security practices.

Compliance: Ensures adherence to industry regulations, helping avoid legal penalties.

Security Culture: Fosters a proactive security mindset, improving overall security practices.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does Keepnet provide security awareness training?

Keepnet delivers security awareness training through a dynamic, interactive Human Risk Management platform. This includes:

  • Phishing Simulations: Realistic scenarios to test and educate employees.
  • Micro-Videos and Gamification: Engaging content that simplifies complex concepts.
  • Behavior-Based Training: Targeted training based on specific behaviors to mitigate risks.
  • Regular Updates: Continuous content updates to address emerging cyber threats.
  • Multilingual Support: Training modules available in over 36 languages to cater to diverse teams.

How often should security awareness training be conducted?

The frequency of security awareness training depends on organizational needs, but generally, it should be conducted at least annually. Quarterly refreshers help keep employees informed about the latest threats, while monthly micro-learning sessions provide short, ongoing activities to reinforce learning and maintain a high level of awareness.

What is the most important aspect of security awareness training?

The most critical aspect of security awareness training is empowering employees to recognize and respond to potential threats effectively. This involves not only educating them about various types of cyber threats, such as phishing, ransomware, and social engineering attacks, but also instilling a proactive mindset towards security. Effective training should focus on practical, real-world scenarios that employees might encounter, teaching them how to identify suspicious activities and how to take appropriate actions to mitigate risks. Additionally, fostering a culture of security within the organization, where employees feel responsible and motivated to protect sensitive information, is crucial for the overall success of the training program.

What is the difference between security training and awareness?

Security training and security awareness are both crucial components of a robust cybersecurity strategy, but they serve different purposes and focus on different aspects of employee education and behavior.

Security Training:

Technical Skills: Security training involves detailed, technical instructions on how to use specific cybersecurity tools and implement security measures effectively. It often includes hands-on exercises and simulations that teach employees to handle various cybersecurity tasks and scenarios.

Compliance: This type of training ensures that employees understand and adhere to regulatory requirements and industry standards. It typically covers policies, procedures, and best practices that employees need to follow to stay compliant with laws and regulations.

Role-Specific Guidance: Security training is often tailored to an organization's specific roles. For example, IT staff might receive advanced training on network security, while general employees might receive basic training on data protection and safe internet practices.

Security Awareness:

General Understanding: Security awareness aims to raise overall awareness about cybersecurity issues among all employees. It focuses on educating employees about the importance of cybersecurity and the potential risks they might face in their daily activities.

Behavioral Change: The primary goal of security awareness programs is to encourage safe behaviors and a vigilant mindset. This includes recognizing phishing attempts, avoiding unsafe practices, and reporting suspicious activities.

Continuous Reinforcement: Security awareness is not a one-time event but an ongoing process. It involves regular reminders, updates, and reinforcement activities such as newsletters, posters, and interactive sessions to keep cybersecurity in mind for all employees.