Security Awareness CxO

What to expect?

This session is short and to the point. It is suitable for any C-level executive. It gives a clear picture of how cybercrime can affect your business operations and why cyber-aware action by your staff is necessary for supporting your cybersecurity strategy. We map out all the risks with live case studies. Based on that, we check the current status of your business and give the necessary advice to bring forward areas of concern.

Results

After this session, you as an executive will understand why security awareness is important for your staff and what actions you can take in that area to counter cybercrime. Experience shows that it is useful to invite the IT manager and the HR manager to the session.

Target Audience

The training is given in an accessible way by experienced ethical hackers. Even non-technical board members can easily understand how they can put proactive IT security on the agenda.

The training is suitable for executives from any industry. Security Awareness CxO is an interactive training.

Topics

  • Cybersecurity for board members & executives
  • Information security in the workplace
  • Daily risks (phishing, ransomware, CEO fraud, malware, viruses, …)
  • Security and privacy for e-mail use, internet, and mobile devices
  • User’s responsibilities
  • Strong passwords

Our philosophy is to let security awareness training be fully experienced from a hacker's perspective. No boring powerpoints, but passionate hackers at their best! Every training session is packed with practical examples and live hacking moments - that stick!

TRAINING AT YOUR OFFICE

Here you can request available data for security awareness executives training at your office. These courses are given by ethical hackers using practical examples.

ONLINE TRAINING

Do you want to follow the training in a place that suits you? Then this online formula is the perfect solution! As in the classroom training, you will receive assignments and work under the supervision of an ethical hacker.

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