3 main things you should be doing to ensure your business is secure:
1. Password Management
Make sure that your staff training includes password management best practices such as creating strong passwords, not sharing passwords, and using two-factor authentication.
Passwords are one of the weakest links in cybersecurity, and training your staff on how to create and manage passwords can go a long way in protecting your organization.
2. Phishing Awareness
Phishing attacks are one of the most common types of cyber attacks, and they can be very effective at tricking unsuspecting employees into revealing sensitive information.
Your staff training should include education on how to recognise and avoid phishing attacks, such as checking for suspicious links and verifying the legitimacy of email senders.
3. Data Protection
Your staff training should also cover best practices for protecting sensitive data, such as using secure file-sharing methods, encrypting data, and properly disposing of confidential information.
This is particularly important if your organisation handles sensitive customer data or financial information.
By training your staff on how to properly handle and protect data, you can reduce the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks.