Security Awareness Training

How to Spot a Phishing Email and Save Your Business from a Ransomware Attack

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Ransomware accounts for over a quarter of the Malware incidents. This is the method of choice for bad actors -- users must be well educated how spotting a social engineering attack.

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Credential theft, phishing attacks and email compromise were the attack vector of choice for malicious actors in 2020. Unique, strong passwords are more than just important. They are essential.

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Web application compromise using stolen credentials accounts for 78% of attacks in North America. 33% of the attacks involved social engineering (Phishing, Smishing, Vishing, etc.)

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Training is available virtually. Sign your employees up to attend as a group in a webinar-style format led by a live instructor or allow employees to attend using our convenient on-demand training option.

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Credential Stuffing - this is a password is compromised on one website and criminals stuff the password into another website that holds more sensitive data. Key takeaway: Don't Reuse Passwords. 

Strong Passwords are unique, are more than 10 alphanumeric characters, and contain special characters. Key Takeaway: Use a passphrase or password manager. 

How do you know the difference between a phishing email and a legitimate message? Key takeaway: Attend Zelvin Security's Security Awareness Training

Security Awareness Basics

Learn cyber security awareness basics and understand the types of attacks your industry faces today.

Spot a Phishing Email

Discover the tricks hackers use to craft a phishing email so you can spot it before you click it.

Password Protect Privacy

Understand the implications of reusing passwords and how to prevent stolen credentials.

Affordable Training for Your Industry

Zelvin Security's penetration testing team designed this course so users can learn the techniques of a hacker-in-the-wild. Humans are easier to trick than computers -that's why malicious hackers use social engineering.

Our team will teach you:

  • How to spot a phishing email
  • How to comply with your password policy
  • Fundamental skills to prevent cyber-attacks
  • Industry specific trends and attack patterns

Statistical Data: https://enterprise.verizon.com/resources/reports/dbir/ 

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