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Cyber Security Services 

Organisation Cyber Security Health Check 

Most organisations undertake Penetration Tests and other cyber security related tasks, however often these are periodic and highly focused.

The Organisation Security Health Check takes a different view and provides a high-level analysis of the organisations threat landscape, including: 

  • Cyber security awareness 
  • Adherence to best practice in the areas of passwords, data leakage, etc
  • Protection maturity level
  • Response maturity level

The analysis takes 5-10 days (depending on the size and geography of the organisation) and provides a snapshot to Management and/or the Board.

The snapshot indicates whether the organisation is adequately mitigating the risks or whether something different should be done.

Email Mark for more information.

Cyber Security Awareness Training 

Aimed at everyone in the organisation, this is a 60-90 minutes training session to raise awareness and minimise the risk of cybercrime.

The session can be delivered to groups of 5 up to 100 people and includes topics such as:

  • Managing your passwords
  • Knowing what “bad” looks like
  • Stop and think AND THEN STOP (Don’t open, Don’t download)
  • Beware of Wi-Fi
  • USB dangers and pitfalls, etc    

Some fun but still serious topics, such as “Tape up your webcam”, “Update your Router Thingy”, “Involuntary Backup” and others, are also covered.

The session can be tailored to suit your specific site and your people.

Email Mark for more information.

Board Training/Overview 

Aimed at Board Members this is an introduction to Cyber Security and its associated risks.

Pitched specifically at the Board so that they are able to carry out their duties and responsibilities is this emerging area of organisational risk.

The Board Training session lasts for between 30-60 minutes and details the following:

  • Basics of cybercrime and cyber security
  • Tips and information to keep safe
  • What to expect of management to ensure acceptable risk mitigation
  • What to expect and look for in Security Reports from a Risk and Governance standpoint

Email Mark for more information.