The world of IT security doesn’t end with securely written code, as many other roles are related to the development that enables the creation and running of successful software. The fact that these roles are not directly involved in programming or maintenance doesn’t mean they would not benefit from a certain level of IT security knowledge as well. On the contrary, secure IT developments need up-to-date project and product managers as well, as non-developer colleagues are also valuable elements of a well-implemented IT security system.
Our specialized cybersecurity awareness workshop aims to bridge this gap. Tailored to meet the needs of employees at all organizational levels, this training equips individuals with the critical knowledge and skills required for a secure operational environment. Whether you're a seasoned IT professional or a non-technical staff member, the workshop is designed to make cybersecurity concepts easily accessible. The course covers everything from identifying common cybersecurity threats to best practices for secure device usage, all delivered through interactive lectures, group discussions, and case studies.
Nowadays, vigilant non-IT personnel are just as important as developers. Adversaries oftentimes will target colleagues who are less technically inclined to try to get access to secure systems. Naturally, our training for non-technical employees is tailored in language and material to meet the needs of this audience, where the IT security knowledge and good practices are explained in plain language so these concepts are easily accessible to a wider audience.
The course duration varies, offering both 2-day and 3-day formats, to provide a comprehensive yet flexible learning experience. The training materials, including slides and cybersecurity reference guides, are provided to all participants for ongoing learning and application in their daily work.