Human Error-Tool for Hackers
The hackers around the world have been sharpening their tools to exploit your weak links. They’re taking advantage of the loopholes left behind in your security landscape and the lack of security awareness among your employees. You should know that the weakest link in your IT security is ‘human’. 92% of the breaches case are caused due to human error. That includes not only your employees, but your contractors, managers, and even your board members. Anyone with system ‘access’ is prone to a human error-based data breach. Let’s look at how the Human Error enables a hacker to gain access to your digital assets:
1. Your employee receives a seemingly official and legitimate email with a link to view or download an important document, which redirects him to a convincing but fake landing page and requests him to input log-in credentials.
2. Your employee uses overly simple and easily guessable passwords. Moreover, the same password is used to access multiple services.
3. An email that seems to be from a colleague or a trusted source request for payment.
4. Your overworked or stressed team member receives tax-time or online shopping delivery notification emails and mistakenly acts upon it.
Financial Impact of a Human Error: The average financial impact of a data breach caused by inappropriate IT resource use by employees is $116K for SMBs and $1,195K for enterprises. Irrespective of the size of your company, the financial burden includes: penalties and fines, increased insurance premiums, the need to buy new software, having to engage in extra PR and training, and much more.
Train Today to Secure Tomorrow
Despite up-to-date security protection, there’s a high probability that your company may experience a data breache caused by human error. In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, when more employees are working remotely, it’s critically important to improve your defenses against cyberattacks, with emphasis on training your staff to defend against attacks. There’s an urgent need to better protect your infrastructure and intellectual property by ensuring your employees are aware and alert to deal with the malicious intentions of the cyber-criminal. Training that develops practical skills, and helps your staff make the right decision, is the best solution. Cyber defense training for your team should include:
• Different levels with a broad curriculum catering to the security needs as per the role and risk profile
• Firsthand learning on how to identify a phishing email and when not to click a link. And thus, it helps you build your zero-trust phishing strategy
• Training Methodology which changes their attitudes and behavior with a clear understanding of the consequences of clicking a malicious link on the business
• Regular, ongoing, targeted training for continuous development of knowledge, awareness, and skills
• Contains low-touch, automated regular and staggered phishing and malicious email-based simulations
• Automated monitoring and reporting to help you track and measure staff results, organization-wide results, and your business’ overall security score
• Equip your team with the practical skills required to recognize a possible attack and collect incident data
• Learn how to handle crisis communications, including developing and applying appropriate assets, in the event of a security incident
• 100% online, onsite trainer not required
• Convenient short lessons- 2 to 10 minutes
• Unique, actionable, easy-to-explain & learn
• Certify the required level of knowledge & skills
• Reminder techniques reinforce prevention
Our services and solutions include cyber security awareness training, incident response, risk and compliance, security consulting, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing. Our e-learning service is delivered in partnership with Kaspersky Security Solutions.