Is your organisation ready?

Are you concerned that you and your employees might be susceptible targets for hackers? Establishing a robust cyber security awareness programme can significantly enhance your defences. By educating your team about understanding the dangers of cyber threats and how  to make well-informed decisions not only protects sensitive information but also strengthens the overall security posture of your organisation.

Our Awareness Academy will open sometime in 2024. In the meantime, check out our tips!

In general

In the current digital age, the ability to recognise and counter potential cyber threats, safeguard sensitive information, and contribute to building a more secure online environment is crucial. Explore these tips to boost your cyber security awareness.

  • Use strong, unique passwords - Employ complex passwords and avoid reusing them across different platforms. Consider using a password manager.
  • Enable two-factor authentication - This adds an extra layer of security beyond just a password.
  • Beware of phishing scams - Be vigilant about emails requesting sensitive information. Always verify the source before clicking on links or downloading attachments.
  • Regularly update software - Keep your operating system, antivirus, and other software up to date to protect against the latest threats.
  • Secure your WiFi network - Use strong encryption for your WiFi network and avoid using public WiFi for sensitive transactions.
  • Backup your data - Regularly backup important data to an external drive or cloud service.
  • Educate yourself and others - Stay informed about the latest cyber security trends and threats. Share this knowledge with colleagues and peers.
  • Use secure websites - Look for “https” in the web address, especially when entering sensitive information online.
  • Be cautious with personal information - Limit the amount of personal information you share online, particularly on social media.

For employees, maintaining cyber security awareness is vital in safeguarding both personal and company data. By following the guidelines below, employees can play a critical role in their company's cyber security defence strategy. Check out these tips:

  • Recognise phishing attempts - Be cautious with emails, especially those requesting sensitive information or urging you to click on unfamiliar links.
  • Strong password practices - Use complex passwords and change them regularly. Avoid using the same password across multiple accounts.
  • Enable multi-factor authentication - Whenever possible, use multi-factor authentication for an added layer of security.
  • Regular software updates - Keep your computer and applications updated to protect against the latest security vulnerabilities.
  • Secure WiFi use - Be wary of using public WiFi for work-related tasks. If necessary, use a virtual private network (VPN).
  • Data encryption - Ensure sensitive data is encrypted, especially when stored on portable devices like laptops or USB drives.
  • Regular backups - Regularly backup important data to a secure location, like a company server or a cloud service approved by your IT department.
  • Report suspicious activities - Immediately report any unusual activity or suspected security breaches to your IT department.
  • Attend training sessions - Participate in company-provided cyber security training to stay updated on the latest threats and best practices.
  • Follow company policies - Adhere to your company's IT and cyber security policies to protect both you and the organisation.


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