This interactive e-learning course helps employees identify and understand phishing scams, explains what could happen should they fall victim, and shows them how they can mitigate the threat of an attack. It can help to reduce the chances that an employee will hand over confidential information or inadvertently infect your systems.
Take action against the increasing threat of targeted phishing attacks by educating your employees to be alert, vigilant and secure.
This is a one-year, easily renewable licence. For maximum benefit, staff should retake the course and exam on a yearly basis to ensure retention of information, and therefore get the most value from the course. It’s hosted on our learning management system (LMS). Accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, you are able to add your own branding and contact information to improve the user interface for your staff. It also provides reportable statistics on users completion of courses and exam results, which are excellent evidence if you have an audit.
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All staff that successfully complete the course will be issued with a certificate that displays their score. This can be kept on record for internal purposes or if necessary, suitable for audit.
Phishing attacks are continually evolving in sophistication and increasing in volume. With end users considered the weak link in the chain, it only takes one click from a curious or negligent employee to compromise your system.
Proofpoint’s Understanding Email Fraud Survey found that 75% of organisations had been targeted at least once by email fraud in the past two years, and 41% said that they had been targeted multiple times.
With phishing emails becoming more complex and harder to detect, it only emphasises the importance of educating staff on the potential consequences of their actions.
E-learning is a quick, affordable and effective means of delivering training with minimal disruption.
This non-technical course is aimed at all employees who use the Internet or email as part of their job.
This course will help staff understand how phishing attacks work, the tactics that cyber criminals employ and how to spot and avoid a potential attack.
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