Safer Internet Day is a worldwide event that raises awareness about online safety and encourages everyone to help create a better internet.
Cyber-security is a threat that is only growing as we enter a new decade. The education and awareness around the risks of technology and the impact to the longevity of a business is imperative.
It is critical that all employees who access your organisation’s technology systems should have adequate training, that allows them to clearly identify potential security risks and furthermore, know what action to take in the event of a breach. Safetrac’s Online Cyber-Security Training empowers employees with an up to date know-how on how to recognise and mitigate a cyber-threat. By making employees able to identify and eliminate cyber-threats, you are strengthening the most vulnerable link in the chain – human error.
Safetrac’s Cyber-Security online training course has been used by organisations to empower and educate staff on how to minimise risk at their workplace from any technology threats. Our courses can be customised to represent your workplace, brand and culture.
Former head of the ACSC (Australian Cyber Security Centre), Alastair MacGibbon, says that events such as the Safer Internet Day are important reminders for Australian Internet users about online safety.
“It is important that we have days like Safer Internet Day as they put cybersecurity in the spotlight. Every day we see Australian businesses get hit by cyber-criminals who exploit vulnerable networks or devices, to get the information they need”.
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