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Train staff to avoid cyber attacks – Canadian Cyber Security

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TLDR:

Staff training is the most cost-effective way to prevent cyber compromises according to the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security. The key points from the article are:

  • Prevention through employee training is crucial for cyber defense.
  • The quality and effectiveness of awareness training programs vary, and tailored training is essential.

According to Rajiv Gupta, the associate head of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, building a strong awareness program involves understanding threats, creating policies and procedures, implementing training programs tailored to different roles, conducting regular tests, using various training styles, and continually reviewing and updating strategies to prevent cyber compromises.

By creating a culture of cybersecurity and making training engaging and rewarding, organizations can effectively prevent cyber attacks and minimize the risks associated with cyber compromises.


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