Cyber Hygiene Training

Training personnel is a key component to keeping a secure network.

Our cyber hygiene training for employees utilizes our specialized expertise and follows industries standards from the FCC, DHS, and NIST, and prepares your organization for a wide scope of cybersecurity scenarios.

Reach out to our team today to get more information about cyber hygiene training services.

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Training that matters for any skill level

Preparation Through Awareness

This program trains personnel on cybersecurity hygiene best practices for critical areas that protect the biggest vulnerabilities for the endpoints of your network.

SecuLore is trusted to cyber-protect our nation’s most important number, 9-1-1, uniquely giving us the expertise and experience needed to train your organization to habitually use proper cyber hygiene practices every day, recognize potential cyber threats, and protect the endpoints of your network and sensitive, critical data from those threats. The easiest way for cyber threat actors to infiltrate a network is exploiting unprepared employees. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Get the training needed for your staff to help reduce your network’s vulnerabilities and risks.

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Why is cyber hygiene important?

Cybersecurity hygiene is the active practice of maintaining the security and health of your network’s hardware, software, and critical data. It helps ensure devices are properly functioning and protected from cyber threat actors. Practicing good cyber hygiene requires the right tools to properly maintain cyber health. Proper cybersecurity hygiene is part of a larger initiative where your system administrators and other personnel actively follow best practices as a group to take precautions that broadly protects your organization’s sensitive data and systems from potential cyber threats. Well trained personnel armed with training for cybersecurity hygiene best practices is an important first line of defense against cyber threats such as malware, data security breaches and other attacks.

Training, implementing, and executing good cyber hygiene practices as an organization helps to identify and reduce vulnerabilities to all endpoints connected to your network. Cyber hygiene allows you to identify risks and includes having a resilience and incident response plan in place to evaluate your current level of cyber hygiene practices and health. It also includes having response plan for an potential successful attack.

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Cyber Threat Awareness

Cyber threats and attacks continue to increase each passing year with threat actors deploying new, more sophisticated attack vectors, malware, and exploiting more vulnerabilities. A critical piece to cyber hygiene training is being aware of the latest cyber threats and potential attack vectors and methods being used.

Device Acceptable Use

The internet of things continues to grow. There are an endless number of devices that connect to the internet and your network, and those devices bring numerous vulnerabilities that can lead to your network being exploited through them. Have your personnel trained on the industry standards of acceptable and safest use of these devices.

Social Media Policies

Social media is important for all organizations to use to grow and find their audience. It is also one of the most common ways threat actors look to gain trust to gain access into your network. This training helps your personnel to use social media safely against potential threats.

Infiltration Techniques

Social media isn’t the only channel threat actors use to get into your network. There are several attack vectors and techniques they employ. Part of good cybersecurity hygiene training is being trained to recognize and be vigilant against those techniques.

Protection Techniques

It takes an entire staff to keep your network protected and defend against threats. Threats and attacks may be inevitable, which is why being cyber-trained and having plans in place are important. Make sure your staff is trained with cybersecurity hygiene best practices on passwords, phishing, incident response plans and more.