We understand the risk environment of the digital world and work with clients around the globe to ensure their organisations are aware and resilient to any cyber threat that may come their way. Your resilience to growing cyber-attacks depends on adopting a strategic risk-based approach – one that balances your investments in technology, processes, governance and your people effectively. We also know that cyber attackers target people not systems and that upwards of 90% of all successful attacks succeed because of human error. Your employees are therefore a critical factor in your organisational resilience.
Typically most cyber awareness training relies on annual tick-box, compliance based training. Yet this approach has little or no influence on our behaviours. A new approach to effective cyber awareness training is needed. That’s why we’ve partnered with AXELOS, global best practice specialists to offer their world leading, GCHQ certified RESILIA® Frontline cyber and data protection awareness training for all staff.
AXELOS is a joint venture created in 2013 between HM Government in the United Kingdom and Capita plc, to manage, develop and grow a Global Best Practice portfolio that includes ITIL, Prince2 and RESILIA® globally recognised best practice certified training, qualifications and cyber awareness training.
Introducing RESILIA® Frontline
Your cyber resilience is only as good as the vigilance and behaviours of your people. RESILIA® Frontline provides engaging cyber security awareness training for all employees, regardless of their role or responsibilities. Written and designed by cyber security experts and learning specialists, RESILIA® Frontline helps your people to become your greatest information security asset by embedding and sustaining cyber resilient behaviours.
Areas where we can help you
Topics covered by RESILIA® Frontline include:
Managing online risk
Recognising and responding to on-line phishing activity and avoiding or managing attempts to uncover sensitive information through fraudulent manipulation.
Keeping safe online
Using social media platforms wisely, safeguarding personal information and privacy. How to work safely and responsibly online to protect personal data when browsing websites.
Understanding what constitutes personally identifiable information and responsibilities. Skills and tactics to ensure safe information handling in order to protect sensitive and commercial data. Using removable devices to store, move and share data safely.
Safe device use
Strategies and techniques for safe use of personal mobiles and tablets. Password safety to help stop attackers gaining access to the organisation’s network. Remote and mobile working best practice to embed safe use of office devices outside the organisation’s environment.
Cyber and data protection awareness training
More effective employee training is a key factor in reducing the occurrence of cyber-attack and the costs of dealing with breaches after they occur.