Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a great time to educate yourself and your employees about the dangers that lurk online. Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! The 2021 Cybersecurity Awareness Month Resource Kit, from our partner KnowBe4, comes packed with free courses, infographics, tip sheets, and more to help you make the most out of October.
Use this resource kit throughout your organization to help spread awareness about different forms of cybersecurity threats. These resources are designed to be easily shared and deployed in ways that will reach your employees in the most impactful way possible.
Resources included in kit:
For IT Admins:
On-Demand Webinar: A Master Class on IT Security: Roger Grimes Teaches You Phishing Mitigation
Comprehensive Anti-Phishing Guide E-Book
Interactive Security Awareness Weekly Planner, which organizes all the user-facing assets below into weekly planned themes for use throughout October
For Your Employees:
Free Interactive Course: Social Engineering Red Flags (available in 10 languages)
Free Interactive Course: Your Role: Internet Security and You (available in 34 languages)
2 expert-led videos on pretexting and password management
4 infographics on avoiding social engineering and cybercrime
4 cybersecurity awareness tip sheets
4 posters and digital wallpapers perfect for reminders on key concepts
Microsoft Teams scheduled an update for March 2022 that allows users on certain VDI’s to give & take control of the screen during calls.
GraVoc’s Nate Gravel and Mike Kannan will be presenting at this year’s BankWorld on the importance of adversary simulation exercises.
In this video & blog, we discuss the key components of physical security & how your business can incorporate them into your security program.