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Pillars for effective cyber security training and awareness programs | in discussion with TrustedImpact

Traditional cyber security practices, such as firewalls and antivirus, no longer fulfil the requirements of your organisation when it comes to navigating digital age risk.

The contemporary threat landscape demands as an executive that you have a sustained commitment to a cyber maturity and resilience roadmap to defend against the complex and dynamic nature of digitised and cloud-based operations.

In this segment of the TrustedImpact Cyber Security Leadership Series, our panelists explain the latest cyber trends that criminals are exploiting. By knowing how most of today’s hackers work, your organisation can better protect itself.

As we unpacked in the preceding segment of this series, Ransomware via Phishing email is the most prevalent threat that Australian organisations are currently facing.

Therefore, your internal staff play a tremendous role in defending your organisation against this growing threat.

One of the best ways to prepare your staff is to implement a Cyber Security Awareness Program that focuses on reinforcement and consistency through training content that caters for different personalities, learning styles and roles.
TrustedImpact, St Leonard's College and Bupa Health discussing cyber security training and awareness programs

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