Are Your Employees Trained To Handle Cyberthreats?

According to various reports, a new cyberattack is launched every 39 seconds. Employees are the company's first line of defense against cybercrime. Armed employees with knowledge and security awareness training must spot and stop cyberattacks and reduce your company's chance of cybersecurity incidents by up to 70%. Mitigating the risk is a big help in preventing any threats before they penetrate your company's networking system.

But the question is: Are your employees properly trained to confidently deal with different and dangerous cyberthreats?


The most common threat that employees face is also the most dangerous and 1 in 3 employees who receive a phishing message take the bait.


Employees who know what to look for can spot suspicious activity fast. Malicious insider actions are responsible for an estimated 25% of confirmed data breaches.


Good password hygiene can prevent bad security outcomes faster than anything else. Over 40% of organizations have been compromised by a bad password.


Phishing threats are evolving to be harder to detect to constantly slip past business security. Unfortunately, 97% of employees can’t detect a sophisticated phishing email.


1 in 5 users will face an ATO attack that endangers their company, and very few of them are ready for it.


This complex threat is very hard to detect and very dangerous. BEC  is 64x more damaging to revenue than ransomware for businesses.


Today’s most terrifying threat is growing rapidly with no end in sight. Companies are facing a 64% year-over-year increase in ransomware threat volume.


25% of all branded emails that companies receive are spoofed or brand impersonation attempts. Can your users spot a fake?


Employees handle attachments every day and one wrong move could be a disaster. Almost 50% of malicious files attached to emails are disguised as Office files.


From mitigating cyber threats to promoting confidence in your employees, security awareness training is an invaluable asset to your business. If you haven’t already invested in a security training program, let us convince you. Paul Jackson, CEO/Cybersecurity Specialist, and his team at Jackson Technologies have been servicing small to medium-sized businesses in building a cybersecurity strategy, risk assessment, and employee security awareness to lighten the burden of their company concerning cyberattacks.

Let us help you in securing and protecting not only your company's confidential data but your entire company's reputation. CONTACT US TODAY!