Security Awareness

It’s just too easy. Cyber-threat actors are targeting your company and getting what they want. Through the process of Social Engineering, they research information from various public and social media websites and then settle on a course of action – to target your CEO through the CEO’s administrative assistant. The cyber attackers create a fake profile on Facebook and “friend” the assistant who accepts their request. The actors then use information about the assistant’s profile to send a spear-phishing email to the assistant’s work address. Email received, link clicked, payload delivered, foothold established. Without an Anti-Phishing Incident Response Plan, your environment is wide open after that – and all because an employee didn’t have the proper information security training and awareness to guard against a cyber-threat that would seek to exploit her trust.

We can help you prepare your employees against cyber and social engineering attacks like these. With Dell SecureWorks Security Awareness Training solutions, we can help you assess your current Information Security Awareness Training programs, design new programs by top IT security advisors and provide specialized training to address areas of greatest concern to your organization. Going beyond compliance, VTEC Cyber Security Certification Training change employee behavior and reduce risk to your organization.

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CDFE – Certified Digital Forensics Examiner

CPEH – Certified Professional Ethical Hacker

CSS – Certified Security Sentinel

CDRE – Certified Disaster Recover Engineer

CPTE – Certified Penetration Testing Engineer

CSWAE – Certified Secure Web Application Engineer

CIHE – Certified Incident Handling Engineer

CSLO – Certified Security Leadership Officer

CVA – Certified Vulnerability Assessor

CISSP – Certified Information System Security Professional

EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker v9 CEH