Cyber Security’s human element

Cyber security awareness training

We can help you develop your security awareness training for your employees. This includes phishing simulations that use real world tactics to see who’s most at risk. It teaches people how to recognise attacks via email, cloud apps, mobile devices, the web and social media.

User entity and behavioural analytics

We will implement and deploy tools that monitor normal behaviour in both your users and machines to create a baseline. This can then be used to track when a user or machine starts to behave maliciously.

Business Email Compromise (BEC) prevention

By deploying email fraud defence tools, you can use technologies to stop many attacks that replicate your trusted brand to trick employees, partners, vendors, and customers.

Get in touch and see how we can help you
User Behaviour

Common tactics

Phishing – in the broadest sense, phishing is any attempt to persuade someone to interact with an unsafe email. Phishing emails are used to trick recipients into opening unsafe attachments, clicking unsafe URLs, handing over account credentials or sensitive information, transferring money, and more. Email Fraud – these attacks can consist of an email, or series of emails, purporting to come from a senior person in your organisation asking the recipient to transfer money or send sensitive information. It does not use malicious attachments or URLs, so it can be hard to detect and stop.

Technology alone isn’t enough

Cyber Security solutions in the main look to secure organisations using technology. In addition, those technologies are too often designed to only detect threats which originate from outside the organisation. We now know that technology alone isn’t enough – employee awareness about cyber security and the threats they are susceptible to are critical to successful cyber security. New tools can help you understand which of your users are demonstrating risky behaviours and need help, as well as those looking to deliberately damage your organisation. Malicious insiders could be an employee or user that has criminal intent to defraud or maliciously damage your organisation. Research by the Ponemon Institute found that 23 percent of incidents involved an insider.

separator

Why Trustmarque

We understand that for most organisations’ security today isn’t straightforward. Our experts will help you simplify the inherent complexity of cyber security and ensure that you find and implement the right solutions for you.

With over 20 years’ experience, we have built a well-established, award winning, customer focussed cyber security team. They know that our customers are at different points in their security evolution, and achieving your desired state isn’t a one size fits all approach.

Factors like digital transformation, increased volume and sophistication of attacks, compliance obligations and overall appetite for risk make your security challenges unique to you. Trustmarque’s portfolio of cyber solutions and strategic partner relationships mean we can deliver professional services, technology and 24×7 UK based managed services to meet every one of your organisation’s cyber security needs.

Get in Touch