If you want safer behavior in your organization, you need a continuous program designed specifically to your company’s level of knowledge, personal factors, and organizational factors.
Employees passing a Security Awareness test doesn’t tell you anything about their actual behavior. A gap still existing between what they know (or remember) and what they actually do. What organizations concerned with managing risk really need is a Security Behavior Program.
We’ve not only been in the security game for decades, but we also understand the psychology behind how us adults learn. By joining the two we make knowledge a power for all employees.
It’s important to protect against phishing, but the threat can give organizations tunnel vision. We map the current threat landscape, needed skills organized by employees roles, and current security culture to design a program with trainings that produce measurable results.
Not every stakeholder or leader believes in Security Awareness Training. We can help you convince and delight them so that you can be the security hero.
Security Awareness Training can be tailored to meet all major compliance standards including: HIPAA, PCI-DSS, GLBA, FISMA, NIST 800-53, ISO/IEC 27002, Red Flags, NERC CIP, CobiT, GDPR and U.S. State Privacy Laws.
Answers to the most pressing questions about Cadre's Security Awareness Program Design & Training
The reasons vary, but some of the driving factors include: growing dangers of ransomware, tightening of compliance requirements, or having experienced an attack before and being afraid of the next attack being worse.
Phishing gets a lot of attention in Security Awareness, but it’s not the only focus here – although it’s often part of our programs.
Yes. However, we almost always recommend beginning with Security Awareness Program Design if you want to effectively manage and measure human risk.
That’s great – we love that you’ve taken steps to improve security awareness for your company. Now you can work with Cadre to put a formal plan in place to better use your investment and find awareness gaps to focus on next.