October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and to help improve your state of cybersecurity, we are offering several resources to help your business stay safe from cyberattacks. To start, TechGuard is offering 15% off Security Awareness Training Solutions and Phishing Campaigns for the month of October. This is the best promotion we have offered yet and you won't want to miss out. Try our training solution to see firsthand how engaging it is with real-life scenarios. Moreover, our phishing campaigns are completely customizable with over 150 templates. Our world-class analytics make reporting and tracking training engagement/results transparent.
How to Educate Your Employees and Make it Fun
Besides a sale on our S.H.I.E.L.D. Security Awareness Platform, we are sharing resources to help educate your employees using material that also relates to their personal lives. Use these FREE Resources to help spread awareness and to promote cybersecurity education whether it be at home or in the office. Download any of these tip sheets to display. Remember, one of the best ways to change behavior through education is to reinforce.
Another great way to engage you employees is to make it fun! Download this Cybersecurity themed trivia game to challenge your teammates. Everybody loves a friendly competition that stimulates their mind. Consider offering the winners a gift card to one of their favorite lunch spots to raise the stakes. Another fun incentive with contests is to offer employees a free half day of Personal Time Off if they receive the top score. You'll surely grab their attention to take the game seriously.
Have your team subscribe to an educational cybersecurity blog and follow trusted social media companies who share cybersecurity news and provide educational content.
Written by Michelle Stamps
Michelle has over 10 years of experience in marketing and business development across various industries including government and non-profit. Her background in writing, facilitating presentations and event planning allows her to use her creative skill-set and her relationship building skills strengthens her ability to understand the human element role in cybersecurity and to support positive behavior change. Whether she is out in the community, blogging or developing the next social post for TechGuard, she believes in telling the company’s story and uses relatable, real-life examples to connect with our clients. If you know Michelle outside of work, you would know that she loves sunny days and tropical places.