HACKERS DON‘T CARE IF 99% OF YOUR WORKFORCE DON’T GET FOOLED.
THEY ONLY NEED ONE (1)
Your workforce is made up of real people, not abstractions. Each individual already has strengths and weaknesses where cyber security is concerned.
This is why we don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach. Why, for example, should those users who are already wary of phishing be bothered with a bunch of material they already know? We don’t waste their time. We teach them what they need to know, and we keep them on their toes without a lot of hassle.
Our first step is to rigorously evaluate your full workforce. We send out successive ways of simulated phishing attacks of various content in varying degrees of difficulty, and we see who takes the bait. What we learn gives us our starting point. and it tells you how vulnerable your organization is to your employees’ existing behavior.
One of three separate learning tracks: easy, medium, and hard. As employees are subsequently tested and taught, we record their performance and level of engagement to individualize the learning track for each of them. This improves effectiveness and avoids unnecessary training.
Education alone doesn’t make everyone secure. It does increase awareness, of course, but that’s
not enough for everyone to change their behavior. If it were, no one would smoke cigarettes.
Some people require a little extra motivation to change their behavior…a prod, a push, some
Employees will experience and respond to realistic phishing attempts, because hands-on experience is one of the most effective ways to learn.
While most of your employees will quickly learn how to detect phishing attempts, there will be a few that require a bit of extra attention. This is where PeopleSec really excels. After we identify those employees putting your organization at risk, we go the extra mile to transform these employees from security vulnerabilities into cyber assets.
Our security awareness training program covers all the important topics your employees need—along with a heavy emphasis on phishing and other forms of social engineering to which they are most vulnerable.