Tag: training

Business woman hacked computer

Cybersecurity Training Basics

In our highly digitized world, the potential for theft, fraud, and other crimes is often greater through a computer than it is in person. The amount of information and access controlled in the cyber realm, as well as the ability to strike anonymously from anywhere around the globe, means hacking, phishing, and other cybercrimes are […]

Stressed out worker whose computer got hacked.

Right Now, Hackers Are Interacting with Your Employees—Are They Prepared?

Imagine a scenario in which an employee clicks a link in an e-mail and costs his or her employer $600,000. Unfortunately, this situation does not require one’s imagination. This is exactly what happened in Riviera Beach, Florida, when an employee clicked a link in an e-mail, and the government was crippled by a ransomware attack. […]

Customer paying with credit card at cafe

How to Run an Effective PCI Compliance Training Program

Congratulations on your decision to become payment card industry (PCI)-compliant! There’s no time like the present to solve cybersecurity-related business concerns while improving your data infrastructure and process management at the same time. In the competition to keep bad guys away from your business’s (and your customers’) sensitive data, PCI compliance is a popular, well-known […]

Empowering Security Officers to Give Empowered Customer Service

Security officers are the “brand ambassadors” of any security guard company, since they visually represent the firm the entire time they are on post or at the client’s site. As such, they need occasional reminders about their visibility and accessibility to employees working at the client site who want information, access, support, and protection.

Tabletop active shooter training

Chicago Incident (Among Others) Exemplifies the Wrong Way to Do Active Shooter Drills

It’s good practice for security executives to work with Human Resources to develop an organization-wide policy regarding how to respond in the event of an active shooter in the workplace. It’s even better to notify every employee in the organization of the policy and conduct regular training on the procedures. But it’s a bad idea […]