60% of small businesses hit by a cybercrime will go out of business within 6 months. And 98% of data breaches are down to human error.
The truth is that cybersecurity is a very human problem and when addressing it in your organisation the focus should be on the human element. Creating a positive culture of awareness. Our security awareness training courses focus on what can be done, and all without the fear factor. Effective security awareness training involves every member of staff, creates champions within the organisation and crucially takes your team from just being aware to caring.
GDPR now requires organisations to carry out regular security awareness training. Avoiding the annual tick box compliance, we show you how to incorporate it into your daily operations and achieve results that secure both your business interests and your customers.
THE PROGRAM AND SERVICES STRIVES TO:
Develop greater awareness of the security and GDPR implications around data breaches.
Create plans of action to implement security awareness into the organisation on an ongoing basis.
Create a culture of security awareness using social incentives where positive behaviours are rewarded and highlighted.
Communicate within the organisation and to stakeholders a clear strategy for managing security and dealing with data breaches and cyber incidents.
Andrea Manning is an experienced and recognised cybersecurity and GDPR expert and speaker. Driven by her love of data, Andrea’s super power is her combination of a strategic marketing mindset coupled with an extensive technical background. Her mission is to empower SMEs, micro-enterprises and StartUps protect their businesses and their customers through a simple, human-centric approach to cybersecurity and storytelling. She champions a simple approach to cybersecurity and one that resonates with small businesses. In addition to these roles, Andrea has been recognised by ITAG, the Local Enterprise Office and Cyber Ireland for her extraordinary commitment to GDPR and cybersecurity in today’s online environment.
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