9 out of 10 cyber security breaches are the result of human error. As cyber criminals become increasingly savvy, investing in technology alone is no longer enough to protect your organisation.
There is nothing more important that you can do for your organisation than equip your people with the knowledge and skills to be cyber safe. But annual training course and the odd newsletter article aren’t enough; cyber security cannot be a one-off conversation.
That's why we've created CyberSafe.
You wouldn’t install a burglar alarm in your home and leave the front door unlocked. So why bother with firewalls and security if you don't invest in your people and changing their behaviour?
What is CyberSafe?
CyberSafe is our cyber safety communications and behaviour change programme, containing everything your people need to know to keep themselves and your organisation safe from cyber attacks.
We support your organisation to explore and have conversations about cyber crime to build engagement with this important topic, and to encourage lasting behaviour change which keeps their personal and work lives CyberSafe.
The programme is composed of three key areas:
Raising awareness of cyber safety through engaging, targeted communications.
Developing the skills to be cyber safe through interactive learning.
Ensuring sustainable ways of managing cyber safety by embedding it into the fabric of your organisation.
CyberSafe follows change management and behaviour change methodologies.
These scientifically proven methods are based on the principle that organisational change requires change at the individual level. Getting your people on board and engaged with cyber safety is key to keeping your cyber security high, and your cyber security investments worthwhile.
Creating Awareness and Desire through communications.
Develop Knowledge and Ability through interactive learning.
Reinforcement through embedding in the fabric of the organisation.
As Internal Communications specialists we understand the struggle of engaging people with cyber safety. But the nature of this rising threat makes it impossible to ignore. Over the last five years the cost of cyber crime to UK businesses has been an enormous £87 billion.
Our background gives invaluable experience in creating and distributing effective, engaging, and easy-to-understand messages, that reach the right people at the right time.
Cyber safety campaigns
Cyber advocates programme
Cyber crime news updates
Policy and process review
IT policy review
HR policy review
HR material review