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6 Security Training Hacks to Increase Cyber IQ Org-Wide

Move beyond generic, annual security awareness training with these important tips.
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Consider More Specialized User Training
General awareness training should also just be a start for the organization. Organizations should teach everyone the basics about how phishing scams work, how to protect their devices on the road, and so on. But they should also consider doling out specialized training based on users' roles and access to sensitive systems.
'I'm starting to see more companies diversify their training,' says Dawn-Marie Hutchinson, executive director in the office of the CISO for Optiv. 'So application developers are getting this cybersecurity training, finance is getting that one or business operations gets a different one because certain policies are written into their job description and it needs to be part of their job function.'
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Consider More Specialized User Training

General awareness training should also just be a start for the organization. Organizations should teach everyone the basics about how phishing scams work, how to protect their devices on the road, and so on. But they should also consider doling out specialized training based on users' roles and access to sensitive systems.

"I'm starting to see more companies diversify their training," says Dawn-Marie Hutchinson, executive director in the office of the CISO for Optiv. "So application developers are getting this cybersecurity training, finance is getting that one or business operations gets a different one because certain policies are written into their job description and it needs to be part of their job function."

Image Source: Adobe Stock (wo-a-he)

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