Why Do You Need Security Awareness Training in Texas?
Because Phishing Accounts for 90% of Data Breaches
Statistically, phishing is the leading cause of data breaches in the United States. It is a cyber criminal’s fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information (passwords, credit cards, trade secrets, etc) by disguising themselves as a trustworthy source in emails and other forms of electronic communication.
Once cybercriminals have access to your data, they can inflict serious financial damage and disruption to your business operation. For example, they can lock your data and hold it up for ransom (also known as Ransomware), or they can sell it to other criminals on the Dark Web–all the while making you liable for damages inflicted on your customer’s data as well.
That’s why a Security Awareness Training Program is an essential component of every modern business. However, not all Texas businesses have the resources to administer a training program themselves. That’s where Tolar Systems training program comes in.
How our security awareness training works…
Here’s our proven process for training your Texas team to be your best first line of defense against cyber attacks, without disrupting your normal business operations.
We provide baseline testing to assess the current security awareness of your Texas organization. This is done by simulated phishing attacks.
Your team in Texas will get access to the world’s largest library of security awareness training content including interactive modules, videos, games, posters, and newsletters. They’ll also get automated training campaigns and scheduled reminder emails.
Phish Your Employees
You get best-in-class, fully automated simulated phishing attacks, thousands of templates with unlimited usage, and community phishing templates.
See The Results
You’ll have on-demand, enterprise-level reporting to track the progress of your Texas-based team and how well they’re able to defend your organization from cyber-attack.
Texas House Bill 3834 Certified Training
Requires State and Local Government Employees to Complete a Certified Security Awareness Training Program
Due to the recent data breaches of Texas city governments and municipalities, the Texas House passed Bill 3834, which requires all state and local government employees to complete a certified Security Awareness Training Program.
Our training program is certified with the Texas Department of Information Resources and is currently being used by many cities and municipalities throughout Texas.Get Started (325) 266-1976