On Demand Webinar:
How to Implement a Cybersecurity-first Culture for the Modern Workplace
Using Security Awareness Training (SAT)
- Find out about the latest security threats and risks to your organisation including phishing scams, MitM (Man-in-the-middle) attacks, ATO (Account Takeover) BEC (Business Email Compromise), and DLP (Data Loss Prevention).
- Understand how the modern workplace can give rise to new opportunities for hackers to exploit.
- Understand how you can tailor Security Awareness Training to your organisation.
- Find out how SAT can deliver training to those that need it most and at the right time.
- Find out how a managed SAT programme can provide ROI for management.
Security Awareness Training for Remote / Hybrid Workers
The shift to the remote and hybrid workplace has presented new opportunities to hackers as they look to exploit weaknesses brought about by unfamiliar work practices, multiple and BYOD devices, and most importantly the busy day-to-day lives of our employees. According to email statistics, the average person receives over 100 emails per day (Earthweb), and with human error the cause of 85% of cyber security breaches (IBM) you can see why email is the number one threat vector.
Today, each team member plays a part in your organisation’s security. While everyone’s knowledge is not at the same level, some employees are at higher risk of breach than others. Therefore you must choose a Security Awareness Training (SAT) programme that uses a knowledge and role based approach to deliver the training to those who need it the most.
Join cyber security experts from SafeTitan (formerly Cyber Risk Aware) and CommSec as we explore why a one size fits all approach to SAT is no longer effective.
Meet the speakers
Nick was the Chief Innovation Officer at Cyber Risk Aware and is now one of the lead account executives for SafeTitan at TitanHQ. He has wide experience in helping organisations tackle their human cyber risks and developing intelligence led approaches to building safer and more secure habits across the workforce. He’s passionate about helping to influence and drive stronger security behaviours so that employees are the greatest defence against growing cyber-attacks. He has spent the last 20 years in security and resilience.
Nick is also a champion for Digital Safety for Young People at SEED – a registered charity dedicated to making a difference in eradicating children’s digital poverty.
Ciaran has over 15 years of experience as a trusted security advisor and a Cyber Security advocate. His specialty lies within Endpoint Protection Solutions and tailoring managed cyber security solutions for private and public organisations.
Before joining CommSec, Ciaran worked in technical solutions roles with CMS Distribution, the GDPR Coalition, and AIB.