Security Awareness Training

Over 92% of security breaches are caused by human error. Does your healthcare team have security awareness training to prevent ransomware and hacking?

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 92% 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 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 PRACTICE AT RISK?

Tired of high IT costs and office downtime? Our FREE self-assessment will help you understand what you need to know in 2 minutes and show you how to fix it.

Our easy training gives you and your staff the knowledge you need to protect patient and practice data. It’s also very helpful for home use.

How it’s delivered:

  • Practice-branded, customized, web-based security training portal
  • Online training that employees and affiliates can go through at their own pace
  • Engaging training videos
  • Employee security testing
  • Employee training certificates
  • Administrator training reports
  • New employee training
  • Security tips and reminders

Why is Security Training so Important?

  • Data breaches are occurring everyday
  • Healthcare is the most attacked industry
  • Over 92% 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

What is PII? Including examples

Internal and external threats

  • Names and addresses
  • Credit cards
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Phishing scams
  • In-depth review
  • Video on spotting phishing scams
  • Interactive quiz: Can you spot a phish?
  • Phone scams
  • Passwords
  • Wi-Fi dangers
  • Physical protection – Devices
  • BYOD – dangers

Security Training Topics

What is PII? Including examples

  • Names and addresses
  • Credit cards
  • Social Security Numbers

Internal and external threats

  • Phishing scams
  • In-depth review
  • Video on spotting phishing scams
  • Interactive quiz: Can you spot a phish?
  • Phone scams
  • Passwords
  • Wi-Fi dangers
  • Physical protection – Devices
  • BYOD – dangers

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