by Digital Social Web
Cyber Security is how individuals and organisations reduce the risk of cyber attack. As the global cyber threat continues to evolve at a rapid pace, with a rising number of data breaches each year, it's more important than ever, that businesses and organistations understand and take steps to reduce the risk they become a victim.
Understanding a company is only as secure as its employees, we offer cyber training to organisations and businesses, covering Ransomware, Backups, Regulation and Risk Management, as well as offering practical steps you can take to improve your cybersecurity.
Digital Social Web LTD
Helping protect your business from Cybercrime.
Cyber Security isn’t just something for cyber professionals or the IT team (if you have one) to consider – it affects everyone from the director to the receptionist. Our cyber awareness training covers a wide range of topics to help your staff understand how they can improve your cybersecurity.
During our training events (currently hosted online), we will explain essential issues in simple terms, provide examples and demonstrate how to implement our advice to improve your cybersecurity. For example, Small businesses represent 58% of all cyberattack victims, and emails are the #1 target. Are you and your staff prepared or would you even know what signs to look for?
Originally used by the Roman military, passwords aimed to distinguish friend from foe. In todays online world, password security is vitally important. In this lesson you'll learn the basics about passwords, password security, and password managers.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a way of securing websites and applications by checking two or more pieces of information when a user attempts to login.
Losing all your customer details, pending orders, sensitive documents, finance, or HR information would not only be costly financially but also to your reputation. Data loss could be accidental or malicious, but you must maintain backups to replace the lost or stolen data!
A keylogger is a device or application that records what a user has typed, enabling another person to access and review that content. These are often used by attackers to try and obtain credentials and other important information.
USB devices and USB charging cables are commonplace in many households, but how far can you trust these devices?
Ransomware is a hot commodity in the cybercrime world, and it's estimated that a business will fall victim to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds. During our training, you will learn what ransomware is and how to identify if you've been infected.