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  • Writer's pictureKevin Harvey

One of training approach to cyber security isn’t enough for most businesses.



We understand the critical importance of keeping our team updated on the latest cyber threats. With the alarming increase in cyber attacks, staying ahead of the curve is paramount to safeguarding your business from potential breaches.


However, relying solely on annual cyber security training no longer suffices.

While it has become a routine fixture in many organizational calendars, it often feels like just another obligatory task. Employees, for the most part, find it tedious and uninspiring, resorting to clicking through slides or speeding through videos just to fulfill a requirement.

Moreover, traditional training methods lack the necessary interactivity and personal connection to truly instigate behavioral change. It's more about checking off boxes than fostering a culture of cyber security awareness.


Fortunately, there's a more effective approach. By implementing small, regular, human-centered interventions, akin to speed signs on the road reminding drivers to be cautious, we can prompt employees to pause and consider before engaging in risky online behavior. This method cultivates better cyber hygiene habits without overwhelming them with information overload, empowering them to make informed decisions daily.

Given the prevalence of Generative AI and various third-party tools in today's landscape, it's imperative to provide employees with the guidance they need to navigate potential risks. Whether through real-time coaching or policy reminders, we can educate employees on the importance of safeguarding sensitive data.


While annual training may still have its place, it's time to adopt a more proactive approach to cyber security education.


We specialise in providing such solutions. If you're interested in learning more, please don't hesitate to reach out.

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