Organizations are looking to build a “security-first culture”, one where security topics are discussed and implemented at every level in the organization. Whether it be at the C-suite, the IT department, or in the call center, security is now more important than ever.
Your Organization will have three main fears when it comes to dealing with security:
- Crisis of Confidence– Customers want to deal with organizations that put security first. Over 50% of all businesses this year will experience a cybersecurity incident that could drive customers away.
- Reduction of Revenue– It costs money to deal with a security incident. Colonial Pipeline just paid out 5 million dollars in ransomware money. Key systems going down are not cheap to fix, and most organizations cannot survive a major cybersecurity attack.
- Failure of Function – Businesses survive when things work correctly. Losing the ability to transact with your customers, or having your website go down for even a few hours can be catastrophic.
The good news is that by implementing a security-first culture, most businesses can avoid these three fears.
Different departments in an organization will need different types of training.
- Non-IT Leaders can benefit from the CertNexusIRBIZ™ class, which can give them an overview of how to handle a cybersecurity incident that is appropriate for their technical acumen.
- IT Leaders can benefit from CISSP®, a highly valued certification in the IT space.
- Programmers can benefit from the CertNexus Cyber Secure Coder certification, which puts security by design principles at the forefront of coding and application design.
- Engineers can benefit from the CertNexus Certified IoT Security Practitioner(CIoTSP) certification, which helps put security by design principles into the rapidly expanding IoT frontier.
- IT Professionals can benefit from Dark Web Council’s Certified Dark Web Analyst certification, which is a one-of-a-kind training course for the Good Guys to learn how to the use the Bad Guys’ tools against them.
- EVERYONE can benefit from the CertNexus CyberSAFEclass and micro-credential, as it teaches best practices on how to be safe online.
Please get in touch with us for more information and to schedule a class in-person or online. Email us at CybersecurityATcomnetgroupDOTcom or call us.