The Human factor
Information security is important for many organisations. It is important, for example, that the operational management is organised in such a way that sensitive information such as customer data does not end up on the street. Incorrect information can lead to the wrong investment decision with all the financial consequences that entails. The (timely) availability of certain information is also crucial for making decisions.
Organisations invest a lot in improving the level of information security. Communication is crucial here. In addition to introducing all kinds of organisational and technical measures, it is ultimately primarily about influencing behaviour among employees. This presupposes not only awareness, knowledge and skills, but also conviction and a benevolent attitude towards the subject of information security.
“An important precondition for information security is the focus on developing a sustainable sense of risk and a change in behaviour.”
The training examines the necessary knowledge, skills in which the desired behaviour must be shown. Qbit uses an approach that results in a security awareness plan that enables organisations to change sustainable behaviour. During the training, participants learn to design, supervise and implement an appropriate security awareness program.
Benefits of the training Human factor:
- Learn to convince management of the need for security awareness.
- Apply security awareness measures and activities to your organisation.
- Learn how to demonstrate the effectiveness of your awareness plan.