Often employees’ competency and knowledge is an overlooked part of the company’s information security management. Understanding the aspects and the risks associated with a lack of employees’ knowledge about information security, Lirex.com places high importance in the development and delivery of quality Security Awareness training of the staff and the employees in charge of areas directly affecting the information security.
"You Are the Target" (introductory information security training)
The idea of training is that end-users understand that they are deliberately or not under constant attacks by cyber criminals to steal and / or misuse personal data and information. The aim is to present potential risks and to provide guidance on how to avoid them.
Protection against malicious code
The training presents the various types of malicious code that is spreading across the World Wide Web, as well as ways to protect against malicious code attacks.
Secure passwords and passwords protection
Which passwords are secure and what mechanisms should be used to protect them?
Security in social networks
Social networks are designed to encompass a huge number of users and as much information as possible about them, which provides scope for multiple cyber attacks. The training aims to provide basic protection methods for the use of social networks.
Message Exchange Security (Email + IM)
As one of the main ways of communication, hackers to reach their victims in order to attack their information often use e-mail and short messages. The purpose of the training is to enhance consumer culture in exchanging electronic communications with, to increase security.
Security of mobile devices - personal and business
The purpose of the training is to present various techniques, mechanisms and means of protecting mobile devices when used for business or personal purposes.
As one of the main methods of interacting with the World Wide Web, browsers are also one of the main potential attack vectors cyber criminals use to execute their attacks. The training provides basic techniques and mechanisms for protecting and enhancing browser security
Detecting and reporting security incidents
No matter how secure an environment is, it cannot be ruled out that security incidents occur. The training aims to raise consumer awareness of how to recognize security incidents, how to report them, and what measures to take to deal with them
The training aims to present basic principles, mechanisms and controls that consumers have to comply with in order to increase physical security. This may include the use of access cards, requirements for locking rooms with special access, escorting outside visitors and their correct identification, etc.
The training shows what social engineering is and how it works. The goal is to familiarize consumers with various techniques to prevent attacks from social engineering.
The training aims to present in a comprehensible language what cryptography is and what it is used for. It presents its practical uses that every consumer could use in his everyday life and points out the advantages of protecting information and data.
Lirex offers various trainings and exercises to meet the different needs and needs of the two major groups of security officers and all other employees with access to the organization's information resources.
In addition to training for company employees, Lirex also offers specialized exercises aimed at expert staff responsible for protecting information security in the organization. These could be security officers, members of security incidents departments, and others. The teachings are tailored to each client according to their needs, focusing on improving the response and actions of an incident that has already occurred in order to upgrade the security staff's knowledge to achieve the most adequate response, eliminate the threat and introduce the necessary safeguards measures.
In the course of the exercises, scenarios are being simulated and played, which include practical exercises that make the perception of transmitted information more efficient.