We often talk about how important it is to include the people in your organization in your cybersecurity strategy. You are only as secure as the people operating your business. That’s why the team at thinkCSC loves getting the opportunity to spend time with our clients, providing them with the skills and insights they need to help keep their organizations safe.
Last week, Bill Wagg, thinkCSC’s Cybersecurity Evangelist and Vendor Relationship Manager, spent an afternoon with our legal team, Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP, presenting our Cybersecurity End-User Training. The training focuses on the most common ways cyber criminals try to breach networks, including phishing, spear phishing, CEO fraud, and attachments. Bill also discussed the new Ohio Safe Harbor law and the NIST standards that must be followed to protect your organization.
Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP takes cybersecurity seriously, and your organization should too. Providing cybersecurity end user training to your staff is an important step to take in protection your data and your organization. If you’re interested in having thinkCSC come to your organization, get in touch.