Security Awareness Training

Over 90% of security breaches are caused by human error.

Effective cyber-security is a combination of people, processes, and technologies. It’s not just ‘one thing’. Though modern-day security solutions are designed to defend against cyber-threats, over 90% of successful breaches are facilitated by human error. It’s important to bulletproof your people and your systems to  protect patient and practice data.
In most provinces it’s a regulatory compliance requirement. It includes all persons working in your business or practice, including your staff, consultants, and IT providers.
 

If you’re a member of a regulatory college, click below for our FREE Security Awareness Training.

IS YOUR DATA AT RISK?

Can your staff defend your business against cyber-attacks? Book a meeting with one of our Certified Cyber-Security coaches to find out where you stand.

Our easy training gives you and your staff the knowledge you need to protect your business data.

How it’s delivered:

  • Easy to understand micro-training (short videos)
  • Self-paced, engagement incentives
  • Posters, Infographics, quizzes, case studies
  • Live webinars, custom training, live training
  • Employee training certificates
  • Professional certifications for IT providers
  • New employee training
  • Security tips and reminders

Why is Cyber-Security Training so Important?

  • Ransomware and data breaches are occurring everyday
  • Healthcare is the most attacked industry - some practices already forced out of business
  • Over 90% of breaches are caused by human error
  • Employees, consultants, and IT Providers need to understand how to protect sensitive practice data
  • Employees need training for compliance, but it needs to be interesting and engaging
  • Regular training prevents ransomware, hacking, and viruses. It reduces IT expenses and prevents costly downtime

Security Training Topics

Identifying Personal Data Types

Identifying and Preventing Cyber-attacks

  • What is 'sensitive'?
  • What defines PHI Personal Health Information 'health records'?
  • PII - Personally Identifiable Information
  • Insurance Information
  • Email threats - phishing scams
  • Web dangers - social engineering
  • Special protections for health data
  • Interactive quiz: Can you spot a phish?
  • Ransomware
  • Password protocol
  • Wi-Fi dangers
  • Physical protection – Devices
  • Dangers of external device use

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