for Privileged Users
Increase Awareness for a Highly Targeted User Group
Your employees are the most vulnerable part of your security program, and privileged users, those who have been granted significantly greater access and authority within a computer system, are especially vulnerable.
InfoSec professionals say privileged users hold the “keys to the kingdom,” and for good reason. A single ring of digital keys, in the form of privileged credentials, can give an attacker access to reams of corporate information.
Every day, thieves try to trick people—privileged people—into giving them access to secure systems and sensitive information. Make sure your privileged users know how to protect your organization, and your people, against these threats.
MediaPRO’s Security Awareness for Privileged Users training describes the role privileged users play in an organization and the various privileged user responsibilities designed to protect your organization from cybersecurity threats.
Just as privileged users hold the keys to the kingdom, looking at this threat from a human perspective is the key to success. That’s why we developed security awareness training targeting privileged users. We designed the training to drive home the importance of a privileged user’s unique responsibilities.
The goal: create informed privileged users who can recognize threats and make better decisions that reduce risk.
Privileged User Security Awareness Training Topics
- What makes a privileged user
- How the actions and inactions of privileged users can constitute insider threats
- What should and should not be done with privileged user credentials
- Specific privileged user responsibilities for Information Assurance (IA) and Public Key Infrastructure (PK
Privileged User Security Awareness Training Features
- Highly engaging and interactive training content
- Blends fact-based assessment with scenario-driven experiences
- Fully customizable
- SCORM and AICC compliant for easy LMS integration
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to equip your employees with the knowledge to get and stay compliant with the CCPA and beyond.
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