Security Training

Security Training


Socially engineered attacks, such as e-mail phishing, rely upon unsuspecting recipients to gain access to your network. Training is the equivalent of a human firewall.                     

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While most companies invest in IT security infrastructure, many of them lack in the biggest security gap: End Users.  Employees are effectively trained to perform their jobs in technology, but lack knowledge on how to protect company data from cyber criminals. Human error is one of the biggest challenges to overcome, but through an effective security training, your staff will learn basic notions such as:

  • What to do when hackers call them
  • How to identify a hacker’s emails
  • How to know which software apps are safe

Roxville steps for creating a Human Firewall

Creating Awareness About Cybersecurity

A key for creating a human firewall is to make your employees care about cybersecurity, helping them understand why the topic matters. By creating awareness, employees will become more
receptive to the learning activities that follow.

Building Knowledge

To ensure better results, an effective awareness campaign includes up-to-date , research-based information. By understanding complex technology, our team will explain it simply to ensure the best learning outcomes.

Measuring and Monitoring

To assess the effectiveness of the campaign, it's important to test employees' awareness and knowledge gained from the cybersecurity training they have received.