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Considering Your Business’ Cybersecurity Strategy

Considering Your Business’ Cybersecurity Strategy

It should come as no surprise that cybersecurity is an important consideration for a business, which means it is important that you are aware of how effective your security practices are. Evaluating this is best accomplished by testing your team and their preparedness… but how often should you do so?

Let’s consider this question to try and find an actionable answer.

How Often Should You Train and Evaluate Your Team in Cybersecurity Practices?

It’s no secret that cybersecurity threats are very prevalent nowadays, which means that your security needs to be as locked-down as you can possibly make it. Of all of the protections your business would have in place, the diligence of your team members is a cornerstone of your security’s success.

As such, it is critical that you prepare your team to deal with such cybersecurity events appropriately. Let’s go over a few points involved in doing so.

Regularity

How often do you share training materials with your team members? Having your team sit through a morning-long seminar once a year isn’t going to be often enough. Cyberthreats are just too prevalent, and adapt far too quickly, for an annual training session to sufficiently prepare your team members to protect your business and its data. Such efforts need to be pushed frequently and consistently so that the message is communicated effectively.

Reinforcement

When we say reinforcement, we really mean that you need to take your lessons to the next level—showing, rather than just telling. Simulated cyberattacks can be an effective way to show your team members how real the threats they face are… as well as inform you how well they’re prepared to protect your business.

So, How Often Should You Train, and Test, Your Team?

In a way, it isn’t totally inaccurate to say you should only train your team members once… it’s just that this training session should last for the duration of their employment. Again, with today’s threat landscape the way it is, to do otherwise is to expose your business to far too much risk.

HUB Technology Solutions can assist you in putting together comprehensive security safeguards, including those that involve your team members directly. Reach out to us at 1-833-847-0725 or 204-772-8822 to learn more.

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