Security Awareness Education for Non-technical Staff
Educational sessions for staff are available quarterly,
bi-annually, and annually.
Sessions are interactive presentations, covering a wide range of high-level information security best practices. Participants will learn about common attack vectors Threat Actors use to penetrate networks, how to spot rouge devices, detect phishing attacks, what makes a strong password, online safety, the dangers of public wifi, and a general awareness about online privacy and encryption.
The topics covered are presented in a non-technical fashion with relatable real-world examples of threat vectors. Physical “rogue devices” will be available for audience inspection during Q&A. The desired end result is better retention of the security education provided to staff.
Sessions are presented by Nicholas Hinsch, eVAL's principal Offensive Security consultant.