535 Connecticut Ave. Suite 104
Norwalk, CT 06854
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, 59th fl.
New York City, NY 10118

Comprehensive Training for Your Employees

The Most Vulnerable Entry Point for Cyber Attacks and Ransomware

Apex' Team Security Awareness Training teaches your employees to quickly identify vulnerabilities and threats to your business operations.

Protecting your company's network and data from malicious threats begins with ensuring your employees recognize and avoid threats that appear in their emails, browsers, and on their wireless devices.

Even the best security technology can't protect you unless employees understand their roles and responsibilities in safeguarding sensitive data and protecting company resources.

In addition to avoiding threats to your network, you and your employees also have legal and regulatory obligations to respect and protect the privacy of information and its integrity and confidentiality.

Apex Technology Services offers comprehensive on-site training programs to ensure your entire team is able to identify and avoid all potential risks.

Educate Your Team

Protect Your Business

CONTACT US NOW

Training Curriculum

Introduction: Describing Common Threats

 

Premium 3-Hour Training Session:

Basic 90-Minute Training Session:

Viruses

Worms

Social Engineering: Phishing, fraud and spoofing

Malware vs Spyware

Brute-force password cracking

Keyloggers

Backdoors

Botnets

Email Security: Identifying & Managing Email Threats

How to recognize phishing

Managing email attachments safely

Utilizing 2-factor authentication

Browser Security: Browsing the Web Safely

Implementing secure passwords

Identifying malicious websites

How to avoid malware and spyware

Staying anonymous on the web

Wireless device security: Best practices

Utilizing Wi-Fi safely

Utilizing device encryption on Android and iPhone

Threat Response: What to do if You've Been Hacked

Securing your devices

Securing your passwords

Notifying management and the IT department

Utilizing Backups for Windows and Mac computers: how to back up your machine and restore it

Team & Individual Exercises:

T / F Quizzes: Solidify knowledge of security topics

Case studies: Describing various compromising scenarios and the proper response

Training exercises: Live exercises, sending out phishing and spoofed emails to end-users to bolster awareness

Educate Your Team
Protect Your Business

Apex' Team Security Awareness Training teaches your employees to quickly identify vulnerabilities and threats to your business operations.

Apex Technology Services offers comprehensive on-site training programs to ensure your entire team is able to identify and avoid all potential risks.

Please take a moment to fill out your information so we can contact you directly regarding your request.

QUICK FACTS

65% of professionals identified phishing and social engineering as their biggest security threat. All it takes is one person clicking a fake email about banking or spyware to give a hacker direct access to all the data on their device and a direct path to your network.
78% of people claim to be aware of the risks of unknown links in emails, yet click on these links anyway.
SMBs are vulnerable and can be hacked quickly. It's been estimated that half of SMBs could be hacked in under an hour.
70% of business respondents think that employees are the biggest risk to the business which can be down to things like a lack of education about security or poorly defined Bring Your Own Device policies
The mean number of days to resolve cyber attacks is 46 with an average cost of $21,155 per day or a total cost of $973,130 over the 46-day remediation period
More than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred every day since the beginning of 2016. That's a 300% increase over 2015, where 1,000 ransomware attacks were seen per day.
Small businesses are suffering from cybercrime in large amounts according to one report, 50 percent of small businesses said they were cyber-attacked at least once.
When phishing is used by hackers to gain entry to a network, 30 percent of phishing emails are opened, while 12 percent of those who open the email click the infected link causing a possible breach.