Cyber Security Awareness and Training Program

We are a leading provider for Security Awareness Training, Cyber Security Training  and Information Security Training.

Security Awareness Training, Cyber Security Training and Information Security Training

Risk Cognizance offer employee Cyber Security Training, Information Security Training, Education Awareness Training, and other cyber security courses. Our Employee Education & Awareness program includes the best security methods, reveal your organization employees strength and weakness, before the hacker do. We provide a tailored Employee Security Education & Awareness Training program to improvement your organization security program and educate your users on current cyber security threats.

Employees are part of an organization’s attack surface, and ensuring they have the know-how to defend themselves and the organization against threats is a critical part of a healthy security program. If an organization needs to comply with different government and industry regulations, such as FISMA, PCI, HIPAA,Sarbanes-Oxley, CCPA, GDPR and others, it must provide security awareness training to employees to meet regulatory requirements.

Depending on the internal security resources and expertise available at an organization, it might make sense to bring in a third party to assist with security awareness training services. Regardless of whether outside assistance is leveraged, an organization’s leaders should understand what goes into building a security awareness training program, get involved, and offer feedback throughout the process. read more about our Information Security Awareness Program or watch the a sample security training and awareness video here.

A good security awareness program should educate employees about corporate policies and procedures for working with information technology (IT).  Employees should receive information about who to contact if they discover a security threat and be taught that data as a valuable corporate asset. Regular training is particularly necessary in organizations with high turnover rates and those that rely heavily on contract or temporary staff.  Confirming how well the awareness program is working can be difficult. The most common metric looks for a downward trend in the number of incidents over time.