IT Security Awareness Training

InfoSight's IT Security Awareness Training Services

When dealing with IT Security Awareness Training and determining its necessity, people may believe that technology alone protects personal or work information from being exploited or breached; when in fact, no type of technology is safe and most require some sort of protection! Most of the responsibility lies in the hands of the user and the network security techniques they choose to utilize.

Due to the proliferation of social engineering tactics and security breaching methods, and because the Internet can easily introduce and spread malware without user knowledge, it is absolutely vital to learn the right and wrong ways to use technology and the Internet. For some strange, illogical reason, security awareness training is often viewed as a luxury and not as a necessity.

Our IT Security Awareness Training methodology includes:

  • Gathering information about the target before the test (reconnaissance)
  • Identifying all possible entry points, vulnerabilities, and weaknesses
  • Attempting an exploit to gain entry
  • Reporting back findings and providing detailed instructions for remediation

In reality, this critical training is in fact necessary, and does not just improve an employee’s skills, but proves to provide an enormously important end result, a massive investment in the company, by increasing security, efficiency, effectiveness, compliance, profit, and much more! Through our Learning Management System (LMS), InfoSight also offers security awareness training courses on a variety of topics that are suitable for particular audiences, from users to executive managers. We also customize material for specific audiences.

InfoSight can provide your organization with the assistance you need for effective email social engineering prevention. Training your people is always a good place to start when managing the quality of your security profile. If you would like more information about email social engineering contact us at info @

Here are some questions to ask to determine how vulnerable your network may be:

  • How long ago was my last vulnerability test?
  • How many changes and or upgrades has my network had since my last vulnerability test?
  • Do the counter measures I have in place to prevent an intrusion actually work?
  • What security layers should I implement next to best protect my company's assets?
  • Do I know where confidential and sensitive data is located on my network enterprise wide?
  • How do I know if my IT Security reports are accurate?

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IT Security Awareness Training