CyberSecurity Awareness Training
Triseed's Cybersecurity Awareness Training program is a SaaS Platform - Managed Service Provider (MSP) it is a comprehensive training program tailored to prepare and educate rank and file employees for the challenges and responsibilities in safeguarding their organizations' valuable digital assets and data against all possible cyber threats in the ecosystem of the World Wide Web. Cybersecurity MSPs play a pivotal role in safeguarding sensitive digital data, mitigating risks, and ensuring the overall security of an organization both government and private institutions.
A. Understanding Cybersecurity
To familiarize employees with the basics of cybersecurity, its importance, and potential risks.
To help employees identify common cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities.
To provide knowledge and strategies for safeguarding sensitive government data.
Safe Online Behavior
To educate employees on safe online practices and responsible internet usage.
To train employees on how to respond in the event of a cybersecurity incident.
Introduction to Cybersecurity
The importance of cybersecurity in the government sector.
Key cybersecurity concepts and terminology.
Outdated software and systems.
Unsecured wireless networks.
Sharing sensitive information online.
Social Engineering Awareness
Social media safety.
Web browsing best practices.
Avoiding public Wi-Fi risks.
Identifying suspicious websites and emails.
Reporting security incidents to the IT department.
Steps to take in the event of a data breach.
Government policies and procedures for handling security incidents.
Secure Email Communication
Mobile Device Security
Encrypted messaging and secure email platforms.
Protecting sensitive phone calls and video conferences.
Security Tools and Resources
Secure Software Development
Introduction to security software (firewalls, antivirus, anti-malware).
Reporting security concerns and incidents.
Malware (viruses, ransomware, spyware).
Phishing and social engineering attacks.
Data protection and privacy
Data classification and handling.
Encryption and secure communication.
Password best practices.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Secure file sharing and storage.
Phishing & Malware Awareness
How to recognize phishing emails.
Reporting suspicious emails.
Phishing case studies.
Secure Remote Work
Best practices for remote work security.
Using VPNs and secure connections.
Securing home Wi-Fi networks.
Security Policies and Compliance
Government cybersecurity policies and regulations.
The role of employees in maintaining compliance.
Cybersecurity Policies and Procedures
Security Updates and Patch Management
Triseed's Cybersecurity Awareness Training
- Unlimited Training
- Phishing Simulation
- Dark Web Monitoring
- Limited Support
- Account Manager
- Patch Management
- Remote Monitoring Management
- Help Desk Support
- 24/7 Self-Service Support
- Live Chat Support
- Email Support
- Basic service, plus:
- Automated Enrollment Unlimited
- Automated Unlimited Phishing
- Firewall Management
- Microsoft Offfice 365
- Anti Virus & Anti Malware
- Spam Filtering
- Mobile Device Management
- Priority Support
- Best Value
- Standard service, plus:
- Policy Onboarding Automation
- Policy Management
- Custom Spear Phishing
- Device Encryption
- DNS Protection
- Free Maintenance
- 24/7 Support
- Two-Factor Authentication
- Up to 10 TB Storage
In the face of a cyber incident, time is of the essence. Triseed's experts respond swiftly to mitigate the impact, minimizing data loss and potential damages.
Protect Your Future: The Urgent Need for Cybersecurity in These Top 5 Ransomware-Prone Industries in the Philippines
The financial sector is the most targeted industry by ransomware in the Philippines. This is because financial institutions store a large amount of sensitive financial data, which is valuable to cybercriminals.
The government sector is also a prime target for ransomware attacks. Government agencies control critical infrastructure and store a large amount of sensitive data, such as personal information and national security secrets.
The healthcare sector is vulnerable to ransomware attacks because it stores a large amount of sensitive patient data, such as medical records and financial information.
The education sector is also a target for ransomware attacks. Educational institutions store a large amount of student data and intellectual property, which is valuable to cybercriminals.
The retail sector is vulnerable to ransomware attacks because it processes a large volume of credit card transactions. Cybercriminals can use ransomware to encrypt credit card data and then demand a ransom payment in exchange for the decryption key.