Cyber security

Education and awareness

Keeping your world protected. Turn your weakest links into your first line of defence

Delivering cyber education and awareness for businesses

Over 90% of all breaches involve ‘end-user’ – that’s you and your staff! - engagement meaning that the victims unknowingly help the attacker. Most importantly, without the victim's help, the cyber attack would unlikely have succeeded.

Prevention is better than recovery. And the best method of prevention is through education. With human error playing a disproportionate role in data breaches, its integral that the people in your organisation have good, up to date cyber security knowledge to help prevent and mitigate harm – both to an organisation and its stakeholders.

Bluecube deliver carefully tailored, but safe, simulated phishing attacks that allow us to identify those people in your organisation that might be susceptible to an email-born social engineering or phishing attack. Equipped with this knowledge, we can focus on the key people in your organisation to train about the dangers of these types of cyber-attacks.

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For any business, the strongest first line of defence against cyber threats should be your employees.
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What can you do to educate and build cyber awareness at your organisation?

Bluecube offer awareness training, education and the upskilling of our client’s staff. We deliver this through cyber awareness training and phishing simulation.

Cyber awareness training

Our world-leading training and tools help continually educate client staff in the cyber-safe use of IT. It educates your staff over time (not just once a year!), nudges and supports your people, giving you both measurable change in behaviours and real value.

Simulated phishing attacks

The purpose of a simulated phishing attack is to understand end-user behaviour and/or deliver targeted training. Each simulated attack is built and tailored to an individual client’s requirements.

After a simulation has been conducted, the end result will help identify any users that engaged and interacted with the fake phishing campaign.

This process allows for greater internal awareness on cyber-attacks, while simultaneously highlighting individuals that would benefit from further training or cyber awareness.

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The Cyber Breaches Survey 2023 reported that of the 48% of UK businesses who identified an attack, the most common threat was phishing attempts (79%)
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