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You’ve already told your employees what ransomware has done to other companies—even to hospitals and police departments, where lives are at stake. But you still see them falling victim to ransomware attacks. Why? Maybe, despite all the awareness training you’ve done, they don’t take these computer security threats personally.
Maybe they haven’t imagined what it’ll feel like to be the person who shut down the company. Or the one who destroyed all of their family’s financial records and family photos. Or the one who has to figure out how to buy bitcoin and send it to criminals.
We can make them take it personally—in as little as two minutes. Our awareness training videos move ransomware out of the category of abstract computer threats, once and for all.
We make ransomware and related computer threats real at a gut level. Because when you know what it’s like to be “that guy,” what it’s like to face the people you compromised, you’ll think before you click. And when it comes to computer security threats, a little pre-click thinking goes a long way.
Here are just a few of the areas where our employee training videos help change behavior, solve real problems, and save you money.
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Help people recognize possible phishing messages, and show what can happen when they carelessly respond to one.
Promote the use of extremely strong passwords that are easy for employees to create — and make sure they never reuse personal passwords.
Show how to protect everybody's personal information: your company's, your customers', your partners', and your employees'.
Help the company avoid social engineering attacks leading to financial loss and PCI non-compliance — and improve security holistically far beyond PCI's coverage areas.
Help employees learn how to avoid a catastrophic HIPAA breach caused by simple carelessness or oversight.
Drive home how easy it is to get attacked — and how personally disastrous ransomware attacks can be.
Demonstrate what CEO fraud and wire fraud look like — and what it feels like to be the employee who lost your business thousands of dollars.
Company data is especially vulnerable when it's in motion. And there are plenty of places it just shouldn't go. You know this, but many employees don't.
Securing paper, desks, screens, buildings. It calls for a whole different kind of security awareness. Physical security is more important than it's ever been and has massive ramifications.
You are required to make sure all employees understand their new data privacy rights -- and there can be severe penalties if you don't. Fortunately, Ataata makes employee GDPR awareness incredibly easy.