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Security Awareness Training

Security Awareness Training

People are the weakest link in your security chain.

A single person in your organisation could be the cause of a major security breach. How do you ensure that your company stays two steps ahead of cyber criminals?  

Minimise the risk of handing over ownership of your sensitive information and enhance your employee cyber awareness through conducting regular training programmes and simulated campaigns. 

Educating and assessing your employees’ ability to better recognise social engineering efforts or other external threats is as important as defending your systems and networks. Every organisation needs a strong human firewall as a last line of defence.  

91% of attacks by sophisticated cyber criminals start through email

33% of data breaches involved social engineering


65% relate to identity theft


People are highly susceptible to falling for manipulative tactics. 

This provides an open door for cyber criminals to gain access to your sensitive information. 

Realising a manipulative tactic before it’s too late is key to suppressing a social engineering attack. Kontex have the right skillset to conduct and evaluate the effectiveness of your security awareness training, lifting your employees’ ability to recognise requests from untrusted sources. 

  • Reduce the likelihood of a costly breach 
  • Improve security awareness 
  • Measure and train employees’ individual competency 
  • Protect your business, employees and customers 
  • Reduce risk of compromise 

Service Offering

Kontex are in a leading position to offer bespoke security awareness training to improve your resilience against social engineering attacks. Our team understands the complexities of focusing on core business activities, whilst promoting a strong security awareness culture. Kontex will help you build an effective and comprehensive security programme consisting of the following: 

  • Build an end-to-end security awareness programme that aligns with your organisation’s goals and priorities. 
  • Tailor a security awareness programme in line with your employees’ levels of maturity to detect a social engineering attack. 
  • Measure the efficacy of the training programme by performing regular phishing tests so that employees are continuously exposed to train secure reflexes through simulation. 
  • Continuously monitor and adapt the programme in line the behaviours and trends noted, focusing on improving the weakest links. 
  • Provide up-to-date metrics on the efficacy of the programme in line with your organisation’s goals.  

Start your journey towards a more secure organisation

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Denver, CO 80202,
United States
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